29. 08. 2013.

UNESCO - Medina Of Tétouan, Morocco


From the 8th century onwards Tetouan was the main port of contact between Morocco and Andalusia; after the Reconquest the town was rebuilt by Andalusian refugees who had been expelled by the Spanish, which is well illustrated by its art and architecture. The medina is one of the smallest in Morocco but the most complete one, largely untouched by subsequent outside influences. The postcard shows a nightview of Bab Al-Oqla, or in Spanish Puerta de la Reina.
Many thanks to Eva for this great swap :)

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