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The exoticism of Morocco has inspired for decades to artist, painters and writers. When the art of cinema was born, it was only about time that the natural landscapes, the majestic cities and historic places of Morocco where set for epic and iconic movies like Lawrence of Arabia or Gladiator.
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The best way to get to know Morocco is to visit the four Imperial Cities: Marrakech, Fez, Rabat and Meknes. They have been the capital of the country at some point in its history and each has its own personality and appeal.
Morocco is a country that holds many surprises, no wonder so many travelers fall in love with it and they cannot resist to visit it over and over. The great historic legacy goes from roman ruins to imponent medieval Kasbahs.
Morocco evokes all the exoticism of Africa and at the same time its largest cities feel very close to Europe. However, landing in Morocco for the first time is for many like landing in another era. One in which the merchants dragged their wagons through the labyrinthine streets of the Medina, leaving behind an anaesthetizing aroma of fruit; the same one in which the tanners dyed the leather by hand, drawing a hypnotic palette of colors in their creamy landscape; and the one in which the donkeys were still able to stop the traffic.
The Sahara is literally the Greatest Desert on Earth: it covers an extension comparable to the area of the United States! Its name comes from the dialectal Arabic word ṣaḥra that means… desert!
The Atlas Mountains are the highest of North Africa and once it was believed that they were so high that they even touched the sky… In fact, they owe their name to the Greek Titan Atlas.
Palais Bahia is a palace and a set of gardens located in Marrakesh, Morocco. It was built in the late 19th century, intended to be the greatest palace of its time. The name means "brilliance". As in other buildings of the period in other countries, it was intended to capture the essence of the Islamic and Moroccan style.