Great photos and superb presentation!
Pictures have that nostalgic feel . nice to know about this place .
Wow it looks great!!I love your blog and I follow you :)
Terrific, interesting captures for the day, JM, as always! I love your mosaic of such a lovely, peaceful looking place! Sylvia
Wow! I've been there! Well, we didn't get inside the palace. It was in 1957 and Morocco had just obtained its independence from France and there were police everywhere and the gates to the palace were guarded and when we came to close the guards moved toward us in a threatening manner...I was in the Navy!
Joli montage, bravo
It looks like an amazing place. Top.Greetings,Filip
When I looked into this building and into Mohammed V, Jose, all this is much more recent than I had first supposed. He only died in 1961, I gather, after much conflict with the colonial French.Thanks for this, as it gave me the opportunity to read about a part of the world that I know little about.
Really interesting. I don't know much about Muslim death rituals. Maybe I'll have to educate myself.
J´ADORE CE PAYS J´ADORE LE PEUPLE MAROCAIN, J´AI VECU ETANT ENFANT 3 ANS A SALE ....JE N ´AI JAMAIS OUBLIE LES PARFUMS ENIVRANTS DE MON ENFANCE. BRAVO POUR CES PHOTOS.I LIVE IN SF NOW ...I DISCOVERED YOUR BLOG JUST SOME TIME AGO. THANKS.
Ficou linda esta montagem e o lugar parece especial, a la ¨Mil e uma Noites¨.
That's impressive and, from what Julie says above, a lot more recent than it looks.
A beautiful place.
I would like to know if you've been to every continent and how many countries have you visited.
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Looks like a place for mediation. A pity the mosque is gone . But great pictures.
Nice photo's of a pretty big grave for one person...
Your photos have held up very well over many years.
i like the third pic. are that 2 little kids? cute!
All those posts lined up makes me think of the terracotta warriors in China.
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