Architecture
Jul 29, 2009Public
Photo: Grand Mosque, Casablanca
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Photo: Mellah Wall, Casablanca.  The mellah traditionally was the Jewish section of a city.  Up until the formation of Israel, there was quite a sizeable population of Jews in Morocco.
Photo: Meknes
Photo: Moulay Ismail Mausoleum, Meknes
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Photo: Palace gate, Fes
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Photo: Restaurant in Fes
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Photo: Harem windows above the souks in Fes
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Photo: Auberge in Midelt
Photo: Window view from gite (kind of inn) in the High Atlas Mountains
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Photo: Le Jardin Majorelle, Marrakech
Photo: Ben Yousef Medersa, Marrakech