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The remarkable Kasbah’s Morocco
Outside the big cities, the remarkable Kasbah’s -- dwellings of local rulers -- and the ksar -- encouraged villages -- also have walls enclosing living and storage areas. Before the advent of concrete, bricks made of clay, gravel, and lime were the main building material, preserving local stone for precise landscapes. Graystone extracted near the beautiful port of Essaouira, for example, was used to shape the columns and arcades of warehouses and the surrounds of doors and windows, imprinted in complicated designs of foliage, stars, and badges.
Morocco is a marvelous mix of mountains and desert, open plains and magical cities lost in time. As part of your adventure, explore the ancient cultures mingled in timeless traditions of crafts, music, and faith. Adventure awaits!

<a href="">Salwar Kameez</a> | <a href="">Kurti</a> | <a href="">Saree</a> | <a href="">Dress Materials</a> | <a href="">Lehanga</a> | <a href="">Leggings</a> | <a href="">Palazzo</a> | <a href="">Tunics-Tops</a> | <a href="">Night-Dress</a> | <a href="">Skirts</a>
complicated designs.
Sounds interesting.

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