Shot in Fez El-Bali, Morocco. The minaret in the photo belonged to the Chrabliyine Mosque which was built in the labyrinth-like old city. Like other minarets in this country, this minaret was also prism. On the top of it, a speaker was attached. When the time for praying, the azan was heard form there.
Medium-rise buildings stood side by side in the street. One of them was a mosque. And a mi…(more)
Many cycle rickshaws were stopped by the roadside and two young women were walking beside…(more)
Koutoubia Mosque is the tallest mosque in the city. The name is derived from the Arabic al…(more)
This gate is the largest entrance of the old city. The exterior of the gate was decorative…(more)
The arch in the photo was the entrance of the Chrabliyine Mosque. The wall was decorated s…(more)
The gate in the background is Al-Andalous Mosque. And it was closed. And a young woman wea…(more)
The big door of the mosque was closed. It was this mosque that was representative of Moroc…(more)
Shot in Medina of Meknes, Morocco. The minaret belongs to Grande Mosquee.
Shot in Medina of Meknes, Morocco. This calligraphy was written in Medersa Bou Inania.
A little boy wearing a shirt with a printed bear was standing in front of the door of his…(more)
The big Mexican national flag flied in the center of Zócalo, the square in the heart of t…(more)
Of course, I had known the Petronas Towers were tall before I came to this city. When I sa…(more)