The story, or rather the concept of this series, is indicated by its name in the Berber language Tachelhit: “Amargh,” or “nostalgia.” The nostalgia of these places has been captured by Mohammed Khair-Eddine in his novel Légende et vie d’Agoun’chich: “These places where we feel an irresistible urge to communicate with the cosmos.”
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