Morocco (September 1968)

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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).




Bab Mansour dating from the 18th century.





Koutoubia at sunset.


Performers on the Jemaa el-Fnaa square.




In the medina.




Southern Morocco:


Ksar of Ait Benhaddou.


Souq in Rissani.


In a street of Rissani, near the souq.


Other pictures from the Moroccan south.


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