Videos tagged with "second"
3D Atlas Mountain Pass, Morocco - Realtime Driving - GoPro Hero2 [12:23]
Driving through the Atlas mountains in Morocco on a GREAT fall day. In 3D... 1st test of our GoPro 3D camera setup. Already I wish I had a second suction cup...
Tisnet. Morocco [01:26]
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Morocco's distinctive landscapes and enduring cultural heritage offer an enticing journey into the heart of North Africa. Part of Africa yet markedly different, Morocco is a fascinating study in contrasts. Old world medinas with noisy, narrow, winding lanes vie for attention with fashionable cafés, boutique shops and modern city centers. Sophisticated coastal cities such as Casablanca and Rabat boast an abundance of long white beaches, picturesque rocky coves and classic resorts. The imperial cities of Meknes and Fes showcase fine examples of Islamic architecture and tradition. Inland cities are warm and exotic, set among hills and palm groves. The rugged, snow-capped Atlas Mountains stretch 2414 kilometers/1500 miles through Morocco and beyond. Berber tribes have lived in the region for thousands of years, and were first mentioned in writings of ancient Egyptians. Long-established villages such as Aït-Benhaddou, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, serve as strongholds that preserve the Berber lifestyle, culture, music and art. The country is also rich in Jewish heritage, with the first migration into this area coming after the destruction of the Second Temple in Jerusalem; and a second wave arrived from the Iberian Peninsula in the period immediately preceding and following the 1492 Alhambra Decree, when the Jews were expelled from the kingdoms of Spain and Portugal. At its peak in the 1940s, Morocco's Jewish population exceeded 250000. Jewish heritage is seen throughout the ...
A long and rubbish edit of a bike trip to Morocco [11:30]
A second trip around Morocco with Big Red and Big Black. The mission was vaguely to ride into the Sahara as far as the road goes in Morocco and the highest piste in Morocco. Done! Calling at various classic locations. Rubbish sound, rambling commentary. More for our memories! 2011 CHiPs Lite
Fez -- City of the Desert [01:39]
With a population of more than 1 million, Fez (Fés) is the second largest city in Morocco. The medina of old Fez is the largest living Islamic medieval city in the world. With narrow streets and alleys, markets and artisans at work it is a rich tapestry of sights and sounds and smell. If you only visit one place in Morocco, this is it. It is one place where you will want to return.