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Fés é formada por 3 cidades: a Medina desde 789, a fés Jedid desde XIII e a nouvelle ville do século XX. Palácio real com 80 hectares e o rei visita freqüentemente pois sua esposa é daqui. Mlah - bairro judeu -é sal em arabe e vem da palavra sal a era a moeda usada Telhados verdes - lugares sagrados Parada …
... the clay houses in the foothills of the mountains... When our car decided to break down. Turns out the day was a little longer than expected. We stood on the side of the road for almost an hour until someone decided to stop and help us. A woman rang a mechanic for us and a mechanic came, fiddled around with the car, didn't fix it, said he had to go do something, then left. What was the point in coming at all? So 6 very confused tourists stood on the side of the road wondering what ...
... films have been shot here - Ben Hur, Gladiator, The Mummy, The Mummy Returns, Asterix and Obelisk, etc. Since that was the main attraction here, I decided to give it a go, and see if I can bump into perhaps a Brad Pitt doing a chase scene or a Ridley Scott directing a new movie. As it always happens, there will be no shoot going on when you would be visiting. So I had to be content with gawking at some props and wave making machines or the tank where Cleopatra had bathed in ...
... lot of the logistics were taken care of by someone else, which was a nice break for me.
Flying into the country was really beautiful, green rectangular farm plots with red brick walled farmhouses- surrounded by barren ochre land, all covered by a thin layer of milky morning fog. On the ground though, Casablanca is not particularly pretty. Walking around the streets alone was a bit unnerving, there were hardly any women, and none with uncovered heads. I was ...
Alongside our language studies in Fes Pete and I have also been taking private calligraphy lessons. While our end goal is to be able to decipher handwritten manuscripts from Morocco a large part of the process has consisted of learning how to write in Maghribi script (the style in which most manuscripts from the time periods we study were written). We've included a few samples of our work* and progress. Enjoy! *Note: Pete's calligraphy is in black ink and mine is in ...