Destinations Magazine

Scenes from Everyday Life/Marrakesh Medina

By Elizabethwix

Some informal pictures of ordinary life in the old town.
Scenes from Everyday Life/Marrakesh Medina
Coffee, conversation and watching the world go by.....
Scenes from Everyday Life/Marrakesh Medina
 Bringing chickens to market.
Scenes from Everyday Life/Marrakesh Medina
 A woman in very traditional dress -- most younger ones are far less covered up.
Scenes from Everyday Life/Marrakesh Medina
Sweet pastries in the souk.
Scenes from Everyday Life/Marrakesh Medina
 The food stalls as dusk falls over the main square.
Scenes from Everyday Life/Marrakesh Medina
A rather alarming and all too common sight --two men up ladders doing important stuff to the electrics.I'm glad it isn't me.
Scenes from Everyday Life/Marrakesh Medina
Waiting to buy the perfect chicken for dinner at the mellah covered market.
*FFFMMore recent pictures of Morocco here and here

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