In this section we will try to show the wealth of cultural traditions, both material and intangible, from the countries within Med-O-Med’s geographical scope. From irrigation techniques to ethno-botanic heritage, from historic heritage to cultural creativity associated to nature, a wide range of topics can be found in these blogs that members of Med-O-Med enrich with their contributions.

Most recently published and / or updated blog entries are displayed first. Click on the headers of the table to re-arrange the list in ascending or descending order, by date of publication, title, or number of comments received.

2014 / 05The art of monkey orchids 0
2015 / 02Miracle Garden Dubaï 0
2012 / 01(Español) La huella islámica en el paisaje de la Serra de Tramuntana 0
2012 / 11The gardens from the farm of al-Mansur, in Valencia 0
2012 / 11The archaeological islamic site of Almallutx in Majorca 0
2015 / 08The Rose is the winner 0
2015 / 08The “Nawriyat” as a panegyric 0
2017 / 03The Moorish and the Natural Sciences 0
2012 / 10The drop of water of Markus Reugels 0
2012 / 11The Tunnel of Love 0

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If you agree with Med-O-Med’s principles, share our goals, and want to join our community, you only need to fill in a simple form: click on REGISTER, at the top of the page to apply for membership. It is free, and will allow you to access exclusive content and share projects and ideas with other carefully vetted individuals and institutions. Members can also create their own blogs and contribute articles and academic research. Membership is subjected to approval by Med-O-Med’s admissions commitee.


MED-O-MED aspires to making the development of Islamic countries in these regions compatible with the preservation of their environment and heritage. It aims to set up projects involving maximum participation by regional social and public agents, with total respect for genetic sovereignty and the cultural identity of the local populations, all within an inter-cultural and a multi-disciplinary approach.

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This section, which will continue to grow as more research and projects are carried out in the future, contains practical information about Med-O-Med’s lines of work and the countries in the Mediterranean and the Middle East where the program develops its activities.


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