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Chefchaouen Morocco Beautiful Blue City

Chefchaouen Morocco Beautiful Blue City

Called Blue Pearl, Chefchaouen Morocco Beautiful Blue City

Chefchaouen Morocco Beautiful Blue City
Until 1912 Morocco never suffered foreign domination, and its mountainous interior was as closed to foreigners as the Tibet. However, Walter Harris (1866-1933), British newspaper correspondent for the London Times who lived in Morocco for thirty years, was the exception. He had a home in Ouezzane. Besides, he wrote books on his experiences there. In particular, “Morocco That Was”, as well as books on his travels to Yemen and Asia. Noteworthy, only three Christians had ever visited the walled city of Chefchaouen. One was poisoned, one came for an hour disguised as a rabbi, and the other was Harris. In fact, with its 43 thousand inhabitants Chefchaouen is a provincial town. Hidden between two arrays of Al Reef with a unique character and flavor, it is remarkable for its houses painted in different shades of blue. In addition, its ancient architecture makes it one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

Blue City Shefshauen

Narrow streets of Blue City of Chefchaouen in Morocco

Chefchaouen Morocco Beautiful Blue City

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