OPEN SESAME, AND OUT INTO THE DESERT
The universe of the Draa Valley also deserves a complete book dedicated to it, because, on its two banks, the river feeds incomparably photogenic villages and fortified castles. As far as Zagora and Tamegroute, a center of knowledge, the flourishing library in a bare place where goats find it difficult to find a blade of hard grass.
Un des plus grands ksars du Draa, sur sa rive gauche. Le fleuve, issu du Haut-Atlas, va bientôt se perdre sous le sable et les roches mais il donne encore la vie à des dizaines d’oasis.
The quality of the interior decoration, very inspired by the Fassi palaces, proves that it was the property of a powerful lord. Raw brick imitates the city arcades from Granada…
Tamegroute potters lighting the ovens
The potters of Tamegrout lighting the ovens
A potter of Tamegrout e
After, it's very far
So direction Tissint and Tata by Foum Zguid
The badlands of Tissint or found refuge Charles de Foucault
Tissint: Hands adorned with henna like a territory map ...
The Badlands of Tissint
A young Tissint woman
A family of Tata
Daily work at Tata
To go further south
To return to the East