Mimouna is a Sephardic festival traditionally celebrated by Maghrebi Jewish communities (Morocco, Libya, Algeria, Tunisia) on the day after Passover (i.e. from sundown after Passover through the next day). While there are a variety of distinct narratives about its origins spanning back hundreds of years, it is especially associated with Morrocan Jewish communities and is celebrated widely throughout modern day Israel. It is marked with large, festive gatherings filled with symbols of good fortune (e.g. a whole fish, coins, etc), sweet delicacies (e.g. moufleta, dablas, candied fruits, jams), mint tea, music and much more.