Moroccan Photos

I have gathered together a collection of photos from Morocco, from the far north in Chefchaouen, known as the Queen’s Garden in the Rif Mountains where all the buildings are painted a gorgeous cornflower blue to the awesome Sahara Desert in the South, to the former royal city of Marakesh and up to Fes and Rabat. I have included treasures from an antique shop in Marakesh, mosaics, spice cones and kasbahs.

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Blankets for sale in the markets at Chefchaouenoverlooking the Atlantic from the Kasbah/Fortress in RabatAn old ivory inlaid wooden chest found in an antique store in MarakeshMuslim men gathering for a chat in the market place, ChefchauoenOld wooden doorway into the Kasbah, RabatHotel in Medina, FesGuest House in ChefchauoenKasbah-Rabat.jpgGlasses and Bowls for sale in the markets of ChefchaouenFes skyline inside the MedinaLittle boy minding the blanket shop, Chefchaouennecklaces for sale in the marketsPalace entrance, MarakeshPlaza Chefchaouen with the Rif Mountains in the backgroundPotpourri baskets, Chefchaouen Marketsbeautiful cosy restuarant, Chefchaouenwall-decoration.jpgThe tiles and mosaics in Morocco are truly beautiful.  This is a piece of ceiling from an old castle in Marakeshkasbah wall, RabatMarakesh night markets .. Marakesh has the largest traditional market (souk) in Morocco and also has one of the busiest squares in Africa and the world. The square bustles with acrobats, story-tellers, water sellers, dancers and musicians. By night food stalls open in the square turning it into a huge busy open-air restaurant.ornate wall decorationsBlue urn, ChefchauoenBeautiful cornflower blue streets of ChefchaouenMarakesh LanternsGorgeous moroccan bowls on display at the markets in ChefchaouenKasbah, RabatAnother old door way in the Kasbah, Rabatkasbah entrance, Rabat2 old doors in the Kasbah, RabatAn old doorway in the kasbah, RabatSpice cones are characteristic of the sights and smells within the souqs of MoroccoPart of the medina in Chefchaouen