Of all the things photographed in Morocco, doors may be the image most often captured. No two ever appear to be the same and on houses that often look similar on the exterior, unique doors are a way to set each apart. When you travel in Morocco keep on the lookout for colorful and unique doors waiting to be photographed!
Doors of Morocco
The famous blue and yellow door at Jardin Majorelle in Marrakesh – perhaps one of Morocco’s most selfie’d spots!
A door inside the Kotoubia Park in Marrakesh – If you need a break from the hustle and bustle of Jamma el Fna then the Kotoubia park is only a short walk and is the perfect place to chill out.
Chefchaouen is famous for its vividly painted blue streets, paint splattered plant pots and quirky doorways.
This amazingly crafted metal doorway is part of a series which run alongside the Hassan Tower Monument in Rabat.
Doorway to a mosque inside the old Fez medina. Doors to mosques are often very intricately decorated and designed and Fez has some of the best examples of this intricate mosaic Zelij work and decorative design at the entrances to its most holy buildings inside the medina.
Brick arches lead up to a doorway inside the Tinmal Mosque.
The Asilah medina is painted blue and white and has a Mediterranean feel, with hundreds of decorative doorways hidden down its labyrinth of streets.
Bab Boujloud or the Blue Gate is the most famous entrance to the ancient Fez medina.
A doorway into the parks inside the Kasbah of Udayas, Rabat, built during the reign on the Almohads.
The door to the main room inside the Telouet Kasbah, where Thami El Glaoui – pasha of Marrakesh – once used to relax and watch entertainers perform inside the kasbah.
An intricately decorated doorway inside the Qarawiyyin Mosque, Fez
An old Arab / Andalus style door inside La Maison Arabe, Marrakesh
A cast iron doorway with an interesting floral design in the Chefchaouen medina.
An old wooden door inside a traditional riad in Fez.
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