A man in a Jellaba stopped on the other side of the arch of Chrabliyine Mosque

Arch of the Chrabliyine Mosque
Arch of Chrabliyine Mosque
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The arch in the photo is from the Shrabilin Mosque in Fez el-Bali, Morocco. The entrance arch was beautifully decorated with tiles not only on the pillars but also on the floor. It reminds me of how prosperous Fez used to be, which nowadays has a strong image as a tourist city.

Although there are many mosques in the old city, unfortunately, pagans are not allowed to enter. In other countries, many mosques are open to visitors during non-prayer times, but in Morocco, all mosques are off-limits to infidels. On the other side of the entrance stood a man wearing a jellaba, looking at me.

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PHOTO DATA

No

4255

Shooting Date

Dec 2009

Posted On

June 25, 2010

Modified On

August 21, 2022

Place

Fez, Morocco

Genre

Street Photography

Camera

CANON EOS 1V

Lens

EF85MM F1.2L II USM

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