The image a travel to Morocco conjures up is sensory overload at its most intoxicating, from sand dunes and mountains, to vibrant markets and hidden courtyards. However, Morocco has its challenges too, so you need to carefully prepare your trip and plan your journey to enjoy an intense and rewarding Morocco travel.
Let 2010 be the year you choose to Travel to Morocco! Morocco is a cold country with a hot sun and offers a wide array of exciting travel opportunities. Travel Exploration Morocco’s Excursions and tour include the great Sahara Desert which stands alone offering a majestic beauty that is second to none. The Sahara Desert’s dunes make way for camel treks and 4×4 exploration. Foreigners from abroad come to Morocco to enjoy sunset camel treks to an Oasis where they can have an overnight stay in a traditional bivouac tent in the Sahara Desert, sleep under the stars and explore the Sahara’s unique flora and fauna. The Sahara Desert’s mélange of Berber, Arab (Sahrawi) and Tuareg people give it immense character.
As located in North Africa and has an international border with Europe,plus there are both coast and desert,
Morocco is the country reaching a high level of civilization and has developed its own identity continuously
as we would see in their architecture and decoration style
Buildings with a central courtyard and marble fountains surrounded by buildings to protect sand
are the significance of Moroccan style. Another of the outstanding features is the patterns elaborately
formed by mosaic tiles that can give a good impression to people passing by. Undoubtedly, motifs
on mosaic walls or patterns on rugs or even ceiling paints are all about botanies and geometry
shapes. This is as a result of religion matter.
If your decoration style is going for Moroccan, I would like to suggest you to focus on giving
texture to walls by covering mosaic tiles or plastering and polishing by using sponges. This is to make
uneven colour walls which mostly are in orange colour walls which mostly are in orange colour getting
from the buildings in Merrakesh, Morocco. There are the use of engraved doors and windows,
built-in sofas, bright-colour cushions and rugs, brass lamps, rug-walls and painting motif
decoration-everything but religious objects.
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Fès (Maroc): Un vieil homme regadant deux chats passer à Mensera.
Fes (Morocco): An old man looking to cats in Mensera.
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