Thursday Doors, Marrakech in Morroco

Marrakech Door 06

There was only one way out of the warren of alleys so we had to follow the same route again back through the anarchic streets and to the hectic roundabout where the traffic situation had not improved and even the policeman had given up and left his post but his didn’t seem to matter at all because he wasn’t being very effective anyway.

We were a bit confused and the free tourist map wasn’t a big help but we were confident that we were making steady progress towards our first intended destination of the famous big square in the heart of the city, the Djemma el Fna.

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Thursday Doors is a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share their favourite door photos from around the world. Feel free to join in the fun by creating your own Thursday Doors post each week and then sharing your link in the comments’ on Norm’s site, anytime between Thursday morning and Saturday noon (North American Eastern Time).

 

24 responses to “Thursday Doors, Marrakech in Morroco

  1. What a treat! Lovely doors to linger over.

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  2. These so make me want to be there right now! Beautifully composed photos of intriguing doors. Thank you!

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  3. What beautiful doors Andrew.

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  4. How beautiful are these? 🙂 🙂

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  5. Lovely photos. Hope you are staying safe

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  6. Another lovely collection of doors. You really should collect them all into a book but it would be hard for booksellers to fit them into a genre for their shelves. Self-publish?

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  7. Fabulous doors!

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  8. Ever since I did an essay in high school about Morrocco, I wanted to see Marakesh (still on my bucket list!). These doors – such a wonderful variety! Hope you will have a great time there. Thanks for your “like” That prompted me to visit your blog.

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  9. I still can’t help but wonder why we in our dull and boring towns don’t do this to our doors

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  10. This is the reason why I would love to visit this country one day.

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  11. I’m drawn to the ones with the intricate designs and vibrant colours…so beautiful. An excellent collection this week 🙂

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  12. These are lovely doors. And now the Marrakesh Express is tootling through my brain!

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