Moroccan Snake Charmers in the Mosque at the End of the World

Moroccan snake charmers are in the mosque at the end of the world. This refers to Djemaa el-Fnaa, the main square in Marrakesh ( also spelled, Marrakech ) in Morocco, the land of the Berbers in north-west Africa.

Snake Charmers in Djemaa el-Fnaa, Marrakesh, Morocco

Snake Charmers in Djemaa el-Fnaa, Marrakesh, Morocco

One translation of the Arabic name for this famous square is “The Mosque at the End of the World“. It is the busiest square in Africa and one of the world’s truly great cultural spaces.

Here is the introduction to the full story titled, “Medieval Morocco & the Mosque at the End of the World” :

” It seemed to me as if I had stepped into another world as I negotiated the medieval Street of the Casbah (Rue de la Kasbah) to meet with a long string of sweet, seedy figs for breakfast. I looked at the figs and the figs looked at me in my djellaba-clad form as if to say, “Algeciras en España من هو بعيدا Tanger au Maroc” { Algeciras in Spain is far away from Tangier in Morocco } … especially when you take a ferry across the lip of the Mediterranean immediately after a 13-hour overnight train ride from Madrid.”   >>>

Click the title below to read on and to Shop By Travel Story at Planet Pilgrim :

 “Medieval Morocco & the Mosque at the End of the World

2 thoughts on “Moroccan Snake Charmers in the Mosque at the End of the World

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