Fez is the oldest of Morocco’s imperial cities. Old Fez is an atmospheric warren of hundreds of alleys housing merchants, markets, and workshops that have remained largely unchanged since the eighth century.
Architecture in Morocco is a blend of Black African and Islamic design styles, with the Islamic styles dominating in this combination. This is not only viewed in the building itself, but the lavish gardens, extravagant decorations and elaborate use of deep and contrasting color. Moroccans choose to decorate the interiors of buildings that gives these architectural wonders a unique and majestic atmosphere.
You may notice that I hardly ever take photos in the middle of the blue day. But I thought it was fitting here, as it was the same tones as this magical city below. This is in Chefchaouen — and if you ever get to Morocco, be sure to get here. It’s hella inconvenient, but you’ll be so happy once you’re actually there. - Chefchaouen, Morocco - Photo from #treyratcliff Trey Ratcliff at http://www.StuckInCustoms.com