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Student Photo Gallery: Morocco

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Jul 4, 2013


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Student Photo Gallery: Morocco

Located on the tip of North Africa, Morocco is a country with incredibly varied landscapes, a deeply embedded Islamic tradition, and world-renowned hospitality. From the vibrant cities of Fez and Marrakech to the majestic beauty of the High Atlas Mountains, Semester at Sea students traveled all over this incredible country, documenting their experiences on the first stop of the Summer ’13 Voyage.

Sunrise over the Sahara. Photo by Karen Wosiski, Staff.
Moroccan desert guide with camels – Saraha Desert. Photo by Karen Wosiski, Staff.
A pet monkey sits inside a hideaway in a restaurant near Marrakech. Photo by Rachel Walters, Pace University New York City.
A hand of Fatima knocker on the door of a Riad in Marrakech. Photo by Charisse Poston, Tulane University.
(Left) The craft of pottery in Fes. Photo by Sarah Carter, University of Alaska Anchorage. (Right) Camels stick close together during a trip in Marrakesh. Photo by Carolyn Aluotto, Montclair State University.
Traditional Moroccan painted Tagines on display at Habouse souk in Casablanca. Photo by Kathryn Swynenberg, University of Texas Austin.
(Left) A starkly painted building in the Majorelle Gardens of Marrakesh. Photo by Kathryn Swynenberg, University of Texas Austin. (Right) Moroccan women take shelter from the sun outside of the Hassan II Mosque. Photo by Kelly Deleon, University of Utah.
A Moroccan man gazes at the Atlantic Ocean in Rabat. Photo by Carolyn Aluotto, Montclair State University.
Beautiful, colorful pottery in a small shop in Fes. Photo by Sarah Carter, University of Alaska Anchorage.
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