Splendours of Morocco
This sumptuously photographed book provides a rare and beautiful portrait of a country with extraordinary varieties of landscapes, peoples and styles. As the author and photographers explore the hidden corners of Fez, Meknes, Essaouira and Tafraoute as well as the better known sites of Rabat, Tangier and Marrakech, the reader gradually acquires real cultural insights into the texture of this unusual land which for centuries has functioned as a bridge between the Islamic and Western worlds.
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