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
In Pictures: Glamorous View of Ifrane Under Snow
Rabat - Although Spring officially started on March 21, the residents of Ifrane, often called Morocco’s Switzerland, and its surrounding areas woke up on Friday to panoramic snowy views.
Heavy snow has been coming down since the early hours of Friday. Many residents have expressed their joy and happiness on social media platforms, sharing the photos of the snowfall.
The following photos and video show the glamour of Ifrane’s sites under the snow. The photos shows the tables of the cafés and restaurants in Ifrane’s downstairs under the snow.
However, the restaurants have stayed open and continue to prepare foods for the snow lovers and the tourists who have chosen Ifrane as their preferred snowy destination in the Kingdom.