The Colours of Morocco

Casablanca, Fez and Marrakech. These vibrant cities are just some of those that make up the bustling country of Morocco. Some people mistake Morocco to be part of Europe but in fact, is situated on the African continent. Morocco borders the Atlantic and Mediterranean coastline, which makes it one of the three countries, alongside Spain and France to border both coastlines.

If you’ve never been to Morocco, you should know that this city is absolutely brimming with a plethora of vibrant colours at every turn. From the striking orange hues of the Sahara Desert to the cool shades of blue of Chefchaoue, the colours of Morocco are a sure stunner. Apart from being a colourful nation, one thing you surely won’t miss when in town is the Moroccan architecture. With its fine lines and symmetrical structures, the attention to detail is nothing but exquisite. As we take you on yet another visual journey through this photo series, we explore the many faces and spaces of Morocco and discover all that it has to offer.

Ceramics in Essaouira, Morocco

Street donkey along Fez, Morocco

Man selling oranges in Marrakech

Rug sale in local market in Marrakesh

Fez, Morocco

Moroccan Architecture


Marakkesh, Morocco

Tisdrine, Ouarzazate, Morocco

Marakkesh, Morocco

Hassan II Mosque, Rabat, Morocco

Chefchaouen, Morocco

Chefchaouen, Morocco

Bab Doukkala, Marrakesh, Marrakesh-Tensift-El Haouz

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