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- A mellah (Arabic: ملاح‎‎, lit. 'salt' or 'saline area'; and Hebrew: מלאח‎) is a Jewish quarter of a city in Morocco. Starting in the 15th century and especially...
- Khadijah Mellah (born 2000) was the first hijab-wearing jockey in a competitive British horse race. Despite being new to horse-racing, she won the Magnolia...
- The Mellah of Marrakesh (Hebrew: מלאח מרקש‎; Ladino: Mellah de Marrakesh; Arabic: ملاح مراكش‎), formerly known as Hay Essalam is the Jewish Quarter of...
- Oued Mellah (in Arabic language oued means river and mellah means salty) is a seasonal cr**** in coastal Morocco. Oued Mellah is 160 km long and has an...
- The Mellah of Fez (Arabic: ملاح‎‎) is the historic Jewish quarter (Mellah) of Fez, Morocco. It is located in Fes el-Jdid, the part of Fez which contains...
- put the Jews in the Mellah for their safety, as well as to protect the Sultan rulings from being tested by insurgents. The word mellah is similar to the...
- wrote important novels in each of the major movements: Romanticism (Hasan Mellâh yâhud Sırr İçinde Esrâr, 1873; "Hasan the Sailor, or The Mystery Within...
- ICAO: DABB), formerly known as Les Salines Airport, and po****rly as El Mellah Airport is an international airport located 9 km (5.6 mi) south of Annaba...
- neighbourhoods after the relocation of the Jewish district from this area to the new mellah near the Kasbah. The Saadian Tombs were built in the 16th century as a royal...
- residence—in Morocco, for example, Jews were confined to walled quarters (mellahs) beginning in the 15th century and increasingly since the early 19th century...
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