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Dar al-Jam’i  Hegira 1298–1300 / AD 1880–2, Alawid Meknès, Morocco. circa late 19th century. Built by viziers close to Sultan Hasan I.  Given to the State at the beginning of the 20th century  used as a military hospital by the Protectorate before being converted into the Meknès Museum of Traditional Arts and Crafts in 1926.

Dar al-Jam’i Hegira / AD Alawid Meknès, Morocco “” Built in the late century by a family of viziers close to Sultan Hasan I, Dar Jam'i covers a huge area and has sumptuously.

Moroccan Style Doorway from Fine Art America

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100 Moroccan Home Decor Ideas 7

100 Moroccan Home Decor Ideas 7

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The planter is basically a small raised bed. my version: a series of small mosaic beds in the side yard, separated with thyme, large urns full of cascading plants, & handmade hexagonal stepping stones.

I was watching Syriana and seeing George Clooney speak Arabic made me faint on this divine chaise longue…

I love the spatious simplicity of Middle Eastern & South Asian interiors, and the custom of sitting and sleeping low to the ground hamam relaxing style

Africa | The interior of the Mahakma du Pasha in the Quartier Habous or 'New Medina' in Casablanca, Morocco. The building was once a palace and law courts but is now a police prefecture. It has over 60 rooms decorated with carved wooden ceilings, stuccoes and stone floors. | © Julian Love

Mahakma du Pasha Quartier Habous "New Medina" Casablanca Morocco ; Palace and Law Courts , now a Police Prefecture ; Over 60 Rooms with Carved Wooden Ceilings, Stuccoes and Stone Floors