Morocco (September 1968)

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Fez:

 

Bab Marhouk first constructed in the 13th century. Its name means ″Gate of the ″Burned Man″, because the body of the leader of a Berber revolt was burned under this gate soon after its construction.

 

Bab Bou Jeloud, a more recent gate built by the French in 1913 to give access to the old city.

 

In the old city (with famous fountain Nejjarine in the rightmost photo).

 

Meknes:

 

Bab Mansour dating from the 18th century.

 

 

Marrakech:

 

Koutoubia at sunset.

 

Performers on the Jemaa el-Fnaa square.

 

 

 

In the medina.

 

Tannery.

 

Southern Morocco:

 

Souq.

 

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