Topic: Ibn Battuta

Moros y Cristianos festival, Mojacar, Spain
Photo Essay

Travels Through Islam: Moros y Cristianos

There may be no more curious remnant of the Muslim kingdom that Ibn Battuta knew as al-Andalus than the festival of Moros y Cristianos—Moors and Christians.

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Carolyn Drake—Panos Pictures for TIME
Photo Essay

Travels Through Islam: Fragments of Kazakhstan

In the fourth installment of TIME’s Summer Journeys series, Carolyn Drake writes about her journey to Kazakhstan.

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Chiara Goia for TIME
Photo Essay

Travels Through Islam: Memory of the Maldives

The Maldives are becoming a memory—a place in continuous transformation into its own duality: a touristic, heavenly escape from usual life and a fervent Islamic country with an interesting political and social history. Chiara Goia photographs the lowest lying country in the world as it slowly disappears.

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Lynsey Addario for TIME
Photo Essay

Travels Through Islam: In Pursuit of Romance

In the second installment of a five-part series from TIME International’s annual Summer Journey issue, photographer Lynsey Addario speaks about photographing love and dating among Saudi Arabian youth.

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Dominic Nahr—Magnum for TIME
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Travels Through Islam: The Sands, and Waters, of Time

In February 1352, Islamic scholar and explorer Ibn Battuta set off from the city of Sijilmasa at the edge of the Sahara to journey with a camel caravan to lands far to the south. TIME contract photographer Dominic Nahr follows his footsteps.

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