Morija Lesotho

 

 

 

 

The name Morija was given to the mission station by the first missionaries from the Paris Evangelical Missionary Society who arrived in Lesotho in 1833. The name is a deformation of the French "Moria" relating to the biblical name "Moriah" meaning provided by god.

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Morija Church                                                                     Maeder House

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Maeder House                                                                     Morija Museum and Archives

 

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The Yeats Ox wagon

 

Visit this Morija web site to see more on the Maeder House Art Gallery:

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Click on the Morija Maeder House images to follow the link or click here: http://maederhouse.wordpress.com/2011/10/06/hello-world/

Find Morija and Maeder House on Faxbook and meet the artists: https://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Morija-Festival-Museum-Maeder-House/249648975056286

Meet the web designer of the Morija site and Professional photographer Meri Hyoky; on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/#!/profile.php?id=645605264    or visit Meri's photography page at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Meri-Hyoky-Photography/289440101070167   and Meri's web site at http://www.question-it.net/

 

Looking for a place to stay at Morija; visit Morija Guest house page by clicking on the image

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for permission.
Last updated:  10 November 2011