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    The Palais de la Bahia was the residence of the Grand Vizier at the end of the 19th century. It's opulence aroused the envy of the Sultan,who had the palace looted on the Vizier's death.

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    The Palais de la Bahia was the residence of the Grand Vizier at the end of the 19th century. It's opulence aroused the envy of the Sultan,who had the palace looted on the Vizier's death.

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  • 862-03364740

    The Palais El Baldi,built by Ahmed al-Mansour between 1578 and 1602,was reputed to be one of the most beautiful palaces in the world at the time.

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    A young man sells dried fruit from his stall in the Djemaa el Fna,Marrakech.

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  • 862-03364747

    The 70m high minaret of the Koutoubia dominates the skyline of Marrakech. Built in the 12th century by Yakoub el-Mansour.

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  • 862-03364739

    The sub-tropical Jardin Majorelle in the Ville Nouvelle of Marrakech. Designed by the French painter Jacques Majorelle who lived here from 1922 to 1962,it is now owned by the fashion designer Yves Saint-Laurent. The central blue building is also home to the Museum of Islamic Art.

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    The sub-tropical Jardin Majorelle in the Ville Nouvelle of Marrakech. Designed by the French painter Jacques Majorelle who lived here from 1922 to 1962,it is now owned by the fashion designer Yves Saint-Laurent. The central blue building is also home to the Museum of Islamic Art.

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    The sub-tropical Jardin Majorelle in the Ville Nouvelle of Marrakech. Designed by the French painter Jacques Majorelle who lived here from 1922 to 1962,it is now owned by the fashion designer Yves Saint-Laurent. The central blue building is also home to the Museum of Islamic Art.

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  • 862-03364729

    A snake charmer performs in the Djemaa el Fna,Marrakech.

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    A snake charmer performs in the Djemaa el Fna,Marrakech.

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    A snake charmer performs in the Djemaa el Fna,Marrakech.

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  • 862-03364726

    A carpet salesman displays his wares in the souq of Marrakesh

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  • 862-03364725

    A carpet salesman displays his wares in the souq of Marrakesh

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  • 862-03364743

    A man rides a donkey cart through the streets of the old medina,Marrakech.

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  • 862-03364632

    The beautifully restored Ali ben Youssef Medersa is the largest theological college in the Maghreb. Built in 1565 it once housed 900 students in the tiny rooms above the courtyard.

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  • 862-03364746

    The Jardin Menara provides a peaceful haven on the edge of Marrakech. Created by the Almohads in the 12th century,the pavillion was added in 1869.

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    Interior of the famous Mamounia hotel in Marrakech.

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    Interior of the famous Mamounia hotel in Marrakech.

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    Interior of the famous Mamounia hotel in Marrakech.

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  • 862-03364710

    The historic Hotel Continental perched above the port in the old medina of Tangier. It was used for some scenes in the film of Paul Bowles' book The Sheltering Sky.

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  • 862-03364871

    Morocco,Marrakech. Details from the Riad Baraka. A Riad is a traditional Moroccan house or palace with an interior garden. Many riads are now used as hotels or restaurants and make a peaceful break from the hustle and bustle outside.

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  • 862-03364870

    Morocco,Marrakech. Details from the Riad Baraka. A Riad is a traditional Moroccan house or palace with an interior garden. Many riads are now used as hotels or restaurants and make a peaceful break from the hustle and bustle outside.

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  • 862-03364869

    Morocco,Marrakech. Details from the Riad Baraka. A Riad is a traditional Moroccan house or palace with an interior garden. Many riads are now used as hotels or restaurants and make a peaceful break from the hustle and bustle outside.

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  • 862-03364868

    Morocco,Marrakech. Details from the Riad Baraka. A Riad is a traditional Moroccan house or palace with an interior garden. Many riads are now used as hotels or restaurants and make a peaceful break from the hustle and bustle outside.

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  • 862-03364748

    A traditional transvestite dancer performs in the Djemaa el Fna,Marrakech.

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  • 862-03364745

    Colourful spices for sale in the souq of Marrakech.

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    Antiques for sale in the Souq in the old Medina of the Tangiers.

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    Snails for sale at one of the many food stalls that fill the Djemma el Fna in the evening.

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    Snails for sale at one of the many food stalls that fill the Djemma el Fna in the evening.

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  • 862-03364734

    Mint tea,Morocco's favourite drink.

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    Mint tea,Morocco's favourite drink.

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  • 862-03364732

    A waiter pours a glass of mint tea,Morocco's favourite drink.

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  • 862-03364730

    A waiter pours a glass of mint tea,Morocco's favourite drink.

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  • 862-07910273

    Koutoubia minaret at dusk and Djemaa el-Fna Square. Marrakech, Morocco

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    Bab Bou Jeloud, Fez, Morocco

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    Bab Bou Jeloud, Fez, Morocco

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  • 862-03364867

    Morocco,Marrakech. Man reading the Koran in the metal workers Souk.

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  • 862-03364724

    Entrance to the Mamounia,the most famous hotel in Marrakech.

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    Mint tea,Morocco's favourite drink.Mint tea,Morocco's favourite drink.Julian Love

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    Mint tea,Morocco's favourite drink.

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  • 862-03364721

    The gardens of the famous Mamounia hotel in Marrakech.

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  • 862-03364656

    The Palais de Justice (Law Courts) on Place Mohammed V in Casablanca. Designed by Joseph Marrast in 1925 in the Mauresque style,a blend of traditional Moroccan and Art Deco architecture. The huge central arched doorway was modeled on the Persian iwan,a vaulted hall that usually opens onto the central hall of the madersa (theological college) of a mosque.

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  • 862-07910302

    The beautifully restored Ben Youssef Medersa is the largest theological school in Morocco. Built in 1565 it once housed 900 students and teachers in the rooms above the courtyard. Marrakech, Morocco (MR)

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  • 862-07910301

    The beautifully restored Ben Youssef Medersa is the largest theological school in Morocco. Built in 1565 it once housed 900 students and teachers in the rooms above the courtyard. Marrakech, Morocco (MR)

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  • 862-07910300

    Courtyard of the beautifully restored Ben Youssef Medersa. It is the largest theological school in Morocco. Built in 1565 it once housed 900 students and teachers in the rooms above the courtyard. Marrakech, Morocco

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  • 862-07910274

    Outdoor food stalls in Djemaa el-Fna Square, a Unesco World Heritage Site. Marrakech, Morocco

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    Exterior of Mosque, Morocco

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  • 862-03364851

    Morocco,Marrakech,Jardin Majorelle. The Majorelle Garden is a botanical garden in Marrakech,Morocco. It was designed by the expatriate French artist Jacques Majorelle in 1924 and since 1980 the garden has been owned by Yves Saint-Laurent and Pierre Bergé.

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  • 862-03364731

    Orange juice for sale in the Djemaa el Fna.

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  • 862-03364676

    The Palais de Justice (Law Courts) on Place Mohammed V in Casablanca. Designed by Joseph Marrast in 1925 in the Mauresque style,a blend of traditional Moroccan and Art Deco architecture. The huge central arched doorway was modeled on the Persian iwan,a vaulted hall that usually opens onto the central hall of the madersa (theological college) of a mosque.

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  • 862-03364670

    A woman emerges from one of the seven gates into the old medina in Casablanca.

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  • 862-07910270

    Stucco work on a mosque. Medina, Marrakech. Morocco

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  • 862-03820875

    The Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca is the third largest in the world after those at Mecca and Medina, and its minaret, at 210m, is the tallest of all.It was built to commemorate former king Hassan IIs 60th birthday in 1993.

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    The Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca is the third largest in the world after those at Mecca and Medina, and its minaret, at 210m, is the tallest of all.It was built to commemorate former king Hassan IIs 60th birthday in 1993.

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  • 700-02245132

    Man Sitting by Fountain, Morocco

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    Medina of Marrakech, Morocco

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  • 862-03364862

    Morocco,Marrakech,Marche des Epices. Baskets and woven bags on sale in the Spice Market.

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  • 862-03364854

    Morocco,Marrakech,Marrakech Museum. The Marrakech Museum is housed in the Dar Menebhi Palace. It holds exhibits of both modern and traditional Moroccan art together with fine examples of historical books,coins and pottery of Moroccan Jewish,Berber and Arab cultures.

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  • 862-03364853

    Morocco,Marrakech,Marrakech Museum. The Marrakech Museum is housed in the Dar Menebhi Palace. It holds exhibits of both modern and traditional Moroccan art together with fine examples of historical books,coins and pottery of Moroccan Jewish,Berber and Arab cultures.

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  • 862-03364852

    Morocco,Marrakech,Jardin Majorelle. The Majorelle Garden is a botanical garden in Marrakech,Morocco. It was designed by the expatriate French artist Jacques Majorelle in 1924 and since 1980 the garden has been owned by Yves Saint-Laurent and Pierre Bergé.

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    Morocco,Marrakech,Jardin Majorelle. The Majorelle Garden is a botanical garden in Marrakech,Morocco. It was designed by the expatriate French artist Jacques Majorelle in 1924 and since 1980 the garden has been owned by Yves Saint-Laurent and Pierre Bergé.

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    Morocco,Marrakech,Jardin Majorelle. The Majorelle Garden is a botanical garden in Marrakech,Morocco. It was designed by the expatriate French artist Jacques Majorelle in 1924 and since 1980 the garden has been owned by Yves Saint-Laurent and Pierre Bergé.

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    Morocco,Marrakech,Jardin Majorelle. The Majorelle Garden is a botanical garden in Marrakech,Morocco. It was designed by the expatriate French artist Jacques Majorelle in 1924 and since 1980 the garden has been owned by Yves Saint-Laurent and Pierre Bergé.

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  • 862-03364847

    Morocco,Marrakech,Jardin Majorelle. The Majorelle Garden is a botanical garden in Marrakech,Morocco. It was designed by the expatriate French artist Jacques Majorelle in 1924 and since 1980 the garden has been owned by Yves Saint-Laurent and Pierre Bergé.

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    Morocco,Marrakech. The Djemaa El Fna is the main square of Marrakesh,used equally by locals and tourists. As dark descends the square fills with dozens of food-stalls,and the crowds are at their height.

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    A visitor is dwarfed by the towering mosaic tilework of the Hassan II Mosque. The mosque is the third largest religious monument in the world and can accommodate 25,000 worshippers in its main prayer hall.

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    The historic Hotel Continental perched above the port in the old medina of Tangier. It was used for some scenes in the film of Paul Bowles' book The Sheltering Sky.

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    A boy runs through the Place du Tabor in the kasbah of Tangier,the highest point of the city.

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  • 862-03364674

    A moroccan man walks through the Quartier Habous or New Medina in Casablanca. Built by the French in the 1930s,the architects tried to marry the best of traditional moroccan design with modern techniques and facilities. The result is an idealised but attractive version of a traditional Moroccan medina.

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    Veiled Muslim women enjoy the fountain in Place Mohammed V,Casablanca.

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  • 862-03364657

    The Palais de Justice (Law Courts) on Place Mohammed V in Casablanca. Designed by Joseph Marrast in 1925 in the Mauresque style,a blend of traditional Moroccan and Art Deco architecture. The huge central arched doorway was modeled on the Persian iwan,a vaulted hall that usually opens onto the central hall of the madersa (theological college) of a mosque.

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  • 862-03364639

    A woman negotiates with a Grand Taxi in front of the faded Art Deco architecture of Boulevard Mohammed V,Casablanca.

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    A Moroccan woman separates the wheat from the husks using a sieve in the grain market of the Quartier Habous or New Medina in Casablanca.

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  • 862-03364634

    The main square of Marrakech,Djemaa el Fna,is filled with stalls selling freshly squeezed orange juice.

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  • 862-03364633

    A Moroccan water seller in traditional dress in the Djemaa el Fna,Marrakech.

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  • 862-03352832

    Bab Zoueila,the old southern gate into the city of Cairo,Egypt,still straddles a busy thoroughfare after more than 900 years.

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  • 862-07910303

    The beautifully restored Ben Youssef Medersa is the largest theological school in Morocco. Built in 1565 it once housed 900 students and teachers in the rooms above the courtyard. Marrakech, Morocco

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  • 862-07910299

    Beautifull stucco work in the Ben Youssef Medersa. It is the largest theological school in Morocco. Built in 1565 it once housed 900 students and teachers in the rooms above the courtyard. Marrakech, Morocco

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  • 862-07910298

    Maison Tiskiwin, or Tiskiwin Museum, is housed in a beautifully restored riad in the medina and showcases a collection of North African arts and crafts amassed by Dutch anthropologist Bert Flint. Marrakech, Morocco

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    A spice stall (Herboriste) in the souk of Marrakech. Morocco

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    Koutoubia minaret at dusk. Marrakech, Morocco

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    Koutoubia minaret at dusk. Marrakech, Morocco

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    The old medina of Marrakech. Morocco

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    Koutoubia Mosque, Medina, Marrakesh, Morocco

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    Koutoubia Mosque, Medina, Marrakesh, Morocco

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    Merzouga Gateway to the Desert men on bicycles

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    Green door and flowers of the Tanger medina. Morocco

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    Decorated window in the Marrakech medina. Morocco

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    Wooden painted ceiling in the Marrakech medina. Morocco

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    Woman resting in the bluish Chefchaouen medina. Morocco

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