There’s something very romantic about windows in Morocco. Whether they’re covered by intricate and pretty metal work or framed with plain wood, there is always something that catches the eye. A handle, a curve, a curtain… some attractive detail that makes me stop for a moment and admire the handiwork.
Arched window in the courtyard of Le Bouganvillier – a great little café in rue el Mouassine of the medina in Marrakech.
Overlooking the sea, from the extremely hip Le Simoun Tea Lounge & Restaurant, near the ramparts & rue Sqala, Essaouira.
Another window view from Le Simoun Tea Lounge, Essaouira.
Guest room window at Hotel Les Matins Bleus, Essaouira, Morocco
View from a home in Rissani
Unfinished floor of a home (under renovation) in Rissani.
Casbah window in the Atlas region of Morocco. Note the drain pipe!
Window at camp, Ksar Khamlia
A shuttered & elegantly barred interior window in the Palais Bahia, Marrakech. In days of old, a woman in the harem could look out, but no one could see in.
Window in the red-walled medina of Marrakech.
Wooden window shutters in the medina of Marrakech.
Small elegant window in the Jardin Majorelle, Marrakech
Window in work room of a rug weaving cooperative in Tinghir, Morocco. Note the fleece waiting to be spun.
Restaurant Café NORA, Ksar Khamlia, near Merzouga, Morocco
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