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nature, Travel, Morocco

The intersection of man and nature, where the dirt becomes walls and the cables become vines.

by Colin Wright

Marrakesh — There’s something poetic in the way human cities resemble anthills, tangles of cables look like tangles of vines, and mighty 747s could easily be mistaken for birds, from a distance. Just as an atom scaled up looks very much like a solar system, some metamaterials known for their durability are just scaled down beehives. The Golden Ratio is pervasive in botany and sculpture. Some colors spark war...

Morocco, storm, Colours

Welcomed to Fès by a wild sky

by Pat Allan

Fès — After a long day’s travel across Morocco, I arrive by train into Fès to find a driver from the riad I’m staying at, and an amazing sky. While behind me is blue and cloudless, ahead it’s a magnificent...

language, arabic, Morocco

For the adoption of a new Darija - Moroccan dialect

by Samir Taouaou

Casablanca — In this article, we will delve into what’s considered a very complex and delicate subject. Rational thinking would have us treat this subject with a scientific rigor, and a clarifying methodology in a...

Travel, Architecture

As we stepped into the abandoned cathedral, we were immediately overwhelmed by the profound emptiness of the once sacred space. And the pigeons. Jesus, the pigeons.

by Jimmy Stamp

Casablanca — We were sketching outside the Eglise Sacré-Cœur de Casablanca when a small man slowly shuffled out of the strange, Deco-Gothic structure and gestured for us to come inside. How could we resist? We ste...

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