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Country : Morocco
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|Central Morocco is fertile and forested.
|Child outside an incompleted building.
|Berber women near Fez.
|French style house.
|Road sign and chateau.
|Fez is the second largest city in Morocco and one of the four Imperial cities.
|The modern city was built during the French colonial era.
|The French quarter.
|The Kasbah dates from the 11th century.
|The Kasbah is a walled part of the city.
|Shems Gate is the entrance to the Jewish quarter.
|Bus stand next to the city walls.
|The walls to the old city date from the 8th century.
|The Kasbah is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
|Market on the outside walls.
|Decorated wooden balcony.
|Green tiled home.
|The 9th century Qaraouyine Mosque.
|The mosque is very beautifully decorated.
|The Royal Palace fronts an enormous courtyard.
|The palace is surrounded by a wall and is not open to the public.
|View of the palace from the courtyard.
|The palace is finely decorated.
|The gates are made of brass.
|The palace occupies 80 hectares and is home to the Sultan.
|The palace is decorated with Zellige tilework.
|The stone work is highly elaborate.
|The main entrance.
|Detailed brass work.
|Fez has many souqs entered through gateways.
|The busy souq.
|Shops with wooden shutters.
|Man on donkey.
|The 12th century Bou Inania Madrasa.
|The medrasa is a school which was founded in the 1150s.
|The school was rennovated in the 18th century.
|The carvings and tiles are some of the finest in Fez.
|Carved cedar wood.
|Caligraphy and other decorations.
|Meknes is one of the four Imperial cities in Morocco.
|Meknes was capital between 1672 and 1727.
|Street scene in the modern city.
|The gateway to the Kasbah.
|The crumbling streets of the Kasbah.
|The city walls.
|The city walls with one of the gates.
|Street between the walls.
|View of the old city.
|Meknes is set around a lake.
|The main gate.
|People waiting for transport.
|The narrow streets of the souq.
|Shop selling baskets.
|Moulay Idris is a town set over two hills.
|Trees near the city.
|The landscape near Moulay Idris.
|Moulay Idris viewed from the road to Volubilis.
|Volubilis is a Roman city set on a hill close to Mulay Idris.
|The Tingis Gate at the city entrance.
|View of Mulay Idris from the ruins.
|The city was founded by Catheginians and was taken by Rome in the 2nd century BCE.
|The city was famous for its olives.
|The Arch of Caracalla dates from the 2nd century.
|View over the plains.
|The settlement was taken over by Berber tribes in 285.
|The largest structure in Volubilis.
|Series of arches.
|Area once used as a cathedral.
|The North Baths.
|Volubilis is famous for its UNESCO World Heritage mosaics.
|Many of the buildings have mosaic floors.
|The mosaics were excavated during the French colonial era.
|Rider and animal.
|Man with animal on leash.
|Volubilis has many mosaics in excellent condition.
|The mosaics are very well preserved and detailed.
|Detail of mosaic stonework.
|Casablanca was a Portuguese port taken over by Spain before becoming a French colony.
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