Life in Derb Djedid.
Lots of photos of Marrakesh in Morocco.
Daily life, decor. Architecture
Wow, these photos are beautiful! I wish I spoke the language so I could visit someday.
Hi,The islamic architecture is quite rich in terms of patterns and although not much nowadays, we still have some of it here in Portugal, since you guys decided to spend some "vacations" here centuries ago :-)That is also noticeable in many of our words starting with "al".Have a nice time,José
Love Morrocan architecture. Thanks for the window into their lives.Susansusan-chicdaisy.blogspot.com
what a beautiful place! i would love to meditate there~laura
Intricate Architectural beauty.
They love beautiful design,don't they?
Beautiful picture.I hope to see many of these places when I go there this summer.
Great photos. Looks like a peaceful place and indeed very suitable for meditation.
this place look so tranquil, i want to visit.
I would love to make patchwork quilts in the colours and styles of the morrocan arcitecture!So - when are you popping back to blighty?Kathx
Great photos!! I half expected Indiana Jones to jump into one of the street scenes. You certainly found some rich colours and interesting angles too. Nice work!!
O my god elisabeth I just noticed you have 3000 followers. you are famous. The pictures are gorgeousnice so many can enjoy them now
Hi ElizabethThank you for always showing the beautiful side of the Moroccan culture. You are a great and genuine ambassador of Morocco... Kind regards
Do they still make beautiful tiles in Morrocco? Do people building new houses also use some of these lovely tiles?! In India, the artisans are fewer and fewer and its only few of the old, dilapidated vernacular houses that have exquisite flooring.
Beautiful and interesting pictures, all I like.Thank you for giving us this way closer to their world.Greetings from the Croatian. Zondra Art
You capture the architecture very well.
Amazing! I love this blog- always check in to look at your beautiful pictures!
this is a very nice place, imagine living their
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