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Erg Chebbi dunes are the face of Sahara in Morocco. These dunes are a natural oasis which by word means a remote area of vegetation in a desert , usually nearby a natural spring or water source. Ancient stories tell that the creation of the biggest dunes of Morocco, Erg Chebbi, come up by God's punishment of local wealthy families that although having a festivity eating cuscus, meat, fruit, washing hands with milk, while having a prosper and enormous feast, refused to help a poor woman and her children and let them come into the party.
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