The adobe buildings of Ait Ben Haddou, a restored casbah in Morocco

The Dades Valley

Morocco's ancient casbah towns were fortress-citadels built by local lords for defensive purposes, with high walls, usually without windows. They were often stopping places for traders and caravans crossing the mountains and deserts of Morocco.

Photo by Brian McGilloway

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Morocco: The High Atlas Trek

High Atlas Mountains, Berber Villages, Marrakesh, Fez, & Rabat

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