Welcome to the colorful country of Morocco
There are a few places in the word that could be compared in originality with the amazing, bright and inspiring Morocco. Here are 18 photos that best illustrate this extraordinary North African country.
The blue city of Shaven. The city is so amazing with its architecture and color that it's okay to make wall-papers and post them on Uwalls. As a rule, custom-made wallpapers are created thanks to the beautiful cities like Shaven.
The town terraces of Imlil at the foot of the Atlas Mountains.
Multicolored spices sold on the market in Marrakech. Be sure to visit the market of spices and herbs, as well as natural colors, which do not interfere with the industrial ones.
Magical Sahara, which borders in Morocco.
Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca. The largest mosque in Morocco, as well as in the world.
Argan trees from which you can get argan oil in the valley of the South. You can also see goats there that climb the branches to eat fruit.
The walls of Ait Ben Haddou, a fortified city (ksara) in southern Morocco, which is part of UNESCO's World Heritage Site. It is located on the left bank of the river Varsazat on the hillside.
A rich selection of Moroccan "mule slippers" in the market in the medina of Marrakech. Mule slippers are shoes without backdrops.
The Golden Gate of the Royal Palace in the city of Fez. The palace was built in the XVII century and covers an area of 80 hectares.
Majorelle Gardens, once owned by the French designer Yves Saint Laurent.
Mountain chain in the Dades gorge, the High Atlas Mountains. The gorge was cut through by stormy streams of water back in the ancient times.
Tangier Lighthouse Spartel and a view to the Mediterranean Sea. Tangier itself is the largest port city in Morocco with a population of 907 thousand people.
Natural stone arch on the Legzira beach.
The ruins of the Roman city of Vouliwis located near Meknes.