Sorry for the brief hiatus! I’m in the middle of relocating to United Kingdom to take on some new challanges. To take my mind off all this, I was travelling around Morocco for last two weeks and I’ve been taking pictures of some interesting buildings I came across. I’d like to share three of them with you:
The first one is of course the famous Hassan II Mosque in Cassablanca. I encourage you to read more about the this building, it has an interesting history and it’s quite a unique one in terms materials and construction process.
Following objects don’t share the same significance as the Hassan II Mosque, but they immediately caugth my eye. The first one seems to be an abandond cafe at the Cassablanca Corniche, second – residential building in city of El Jadida. No idea about the architect and the year they were built.
As you can see, I’m not a professional photographer, but I enjoy taking a picture of nice architecture whenever I see it!
One more thing – Moroccans have a chain of shops named “BIM”, I couldn’t resist taking a picture: