By Tyler Brock Rabat - The Kasbah des Oudaya's cobble-stone streets guide you through its narrow passageways. First built in the 12th century during the Almohad Caliphate as a fortress overlooking the Bouregreg river, it later became the refuge of Andalusian Muslims fleeing Spain after their expulsion in the early 1600s. Its inner walls, half-white, half-blue,...0
Enjoying the Natural Scene at the Tough Todgha Gorge, Morocco
Photos by Kimberly J. Avalos and Tatiana Flowers-Robinson/Morocco World News
Morocco World News traveled to the Todgha Gorge on July 9 to photograph Moroccans scattered through the 300m-deep fault enjoying the natural scene.
The canyon, sometimes called “the Grand Canyon of Morocco,” is located on the eastern part of the High Atlas mountains of Morocco near the town of Tinerhir. The fault is just wide enough for a river to run through with a narrow road beside it for cars and tourists to squeeze through for enjoyment.