Morocco - The Place To Be

Love it!

colorful moroccan art

Eye contact!

Eye contact!

I found a painting not the internet and got a deja vu feeling, I was like i’ve seen this somewhere, maybe in Taza (my hometown). So I looked through my photo albums, and indeed I was right, I had taken a picture of it myself while going for a walk in Old Town Taza. 

Badr

Moors at the Alhambra Palace, Granada, Andalus

Moors at the Alhambra Palace, Granada, Andalus

Imy is back on track!

Hi all!
I’m back! I’ve missed blogging here so much. I hope to be better now and start blogging so much i can :-) dont forget that i study at university. Its not easy to find some time for blogging, but i will try! What do you like to see in this blog? photos? facts? stories about this beautiful country? give some tips! :-)

Look what i saw today at the swedish newspaper!

4 pages about one of the most beautiful cities in Morocco! Marrakech!

I asked this little boy if I could take a pic of him, he did understand moroccan a little, but responded in tamazight, so I just took the camera out and took a pic. I asked what his name was and he said his name is Ashkik. Breaks my heart too see the poverty they are living in, this pic was taken in the Oued Oum Er Rbi3 source, between Ain Leuh and Khenifra. 

I asked this little boy if I could take a pic of him, he did understand moroccan a little, but responded in tamazight, so I just took the camera out and took a pic. I asked what his name was and he said his name is Ashkik. Breaks my heart too see the poverty they are living in, this pic was taken in the Oued Oum Er Rbi3 source, between Ain Leuh and Khenifra. 

El Jadida, Mazagan. Love the palm trees, unusual in Morocco, very California-ish!
Photo by me.

El Jadida, Mazagan. Love the palm trees, unusual in Morocco, very California-ish!

Photo by me.

Sunset in Essaouira, Les îles purpuraires in the background. 
Photo by me. 

Sunset in Essaouira, Les îles purpuraires in the background. 

Photo by me. 

Heey everybody!! Marockblog is back!

I’m really sorry for the lack of posts the last couple of months, there is so much going on, and it’s hard to manage everything, but at least I (Badr) will be posting from now on again! Missed blogging about my mind-blowing Morocco!

Ramadan Moubarak

Marockblog wish you all a blessed month! 

رمضان مبارك انشالله , يدخل عليك بصحة والهنا وطول العمر
 


Here’s some pics of me taken by Imane, Moroccan Theme.

Badr

R.I.P to all those who died in Oslo and all children in Utöya. May this killer burn in hell. 

Our heart in sweden and morocco is with you <3 

Imane & Badr



Meknes| Dar Jamai PalaceThe remains of the vizier, located north of El Hedime up the Dar Jamai Palace was built in the nineteenth century by the vizier Jamaica. This house is typical of homes of the gentry Morocco at that time. 
Since 1920, this beautiful monument houses a museum of the traditions of Morocco. In the visit that we can appreciate the luxury enjoyed by the vizier. Indeed, the apartments have been restored vizier. In this museum, you can also admire Meknassi crafts: ceramics, rugs, embroidery, sculpture and jewelry. The artistic tradition of the city is highlighted in this dream setting. The various buildings surrounding a courtyard and garden Andalusian. One would almost want to become vizier to the vizier’s place!

Meknes| Dar Jamai Palace

The remains of the vizier, located north of El Hedime up the Dar Jamai Palace was built in the nineteenth century by the vizier Jamaica. This house is typical of homes of the gentry Morocco at that time. 

Since 1920, this beautiful monument houses a museum of the traditions of Morocco. In the visit that we can appreciate the luxury enjoyed by the vizier. Indeed, the apartments have been restored vizier. In this museum, you can also admire Meknassi crafts: ceramics, rugs, embroidery, sculpture and jewelry. The artistic tradition of the city is highlighted in this dream setting. The various buildings surrounding a courtyard and garden Andalusian. One would almost want to become vizier to the vizier’s place!

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( I’ve included various information from different sites )

—Some Moroccan Berber women have tattoos in their hands, feet, and faces. The reason behind the use of tattoos in Berber culture is linked to identification with their own specific tribes. Some Berber tribes also use tattoo in their…