Houda Laabadi, Morocco – photo essay –

A Visit to Esaouira 

Every time I go to Essaouira, I am struck by how beautiful and diverse it is. Essaouira is a colorful melting-pot. Walking through the old Medina, you can meet people from all over the world. You could hear someone speaking English next to you, and then, in the next alley, you would hear someone speaking Spanish or French. Essaouira is a city of tolerance where many cultures peacefully coexist. You could find anything in here, from art galeries, to old musical shops. The architecture is also stunning, it is a subtle marriage of old Portuguese buildings and new Arab ones. All of this is wrapped in good vibes and a friendly atmosphere.

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