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Moroccan mint
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Moroccan mint

This image is taken from my grandmother's garden and is a hand holding mint. This is one indication for Moroccans that mint is the symbol of good, since there is no Moroccan house that does not contain mint and the meaning is clear that we use it very often for tea. My grandfather says, 'Drink the mint tea to open your eyes to life and to become flowering'

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Tangier, Morocco
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Date Taken: 09.2017
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