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11 pictures of Morocco at its most magical

El Jadida
El Jadida

“On my first visit to Morocco it was clear pretty early on that I’d have to come back, most likely many times. So far, I’ve most been drawn to the old casbahs and shady palm groves of the otherwise barren Draa Valley, and the labyrinthine alleyways of its charming medinas, with their beautiful tile patterns and bold colour schemes.”

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Agdz, the southern oases routes

The tanneries in Fez

Ait Benhaddou, Sahara

Essaouira medina, the Atlantic Coast

El Jadida, the Atlantic Coast

The city walls of Essaouira, the Atlantic Coast

Les Pierres Bleues, near Tafraoute

Fountains of Fez

The Toubkal Massif, the High Atlas

N’Kob, southeastern Morocco

A water carrier, Marrakesh

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