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Visits Morocco Visites [06:37]
Kasbah monuments park studios Maroc parc Visitas Marruecos monumentos estudios. Besuche Denkmäler Marokko زيارات المعالم بن حدو المغرب قصبة فيلم استوديوهات السينما فيلم بارك
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2011 Epcot Food & Wine Festival - Preview! [02:50]
UNOFFICIAL** Preview of what will be at Epcot's Food & Wine Festival this fall!! I prepared this for my family to get them excited as I am to attend F&W for the first time! I really hope I am not upsetting anyone, this was only put together by me, the material was gathered by Disney websites including the DIS and the Disney Foodie blogs! i love these sites and am there frequently!! My family however will not take the time to look at all this so I put together this presentation! Since I went to all the trouble I just wanted to share!! Booths this year are Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Caribbean, China, France, Germany, Greek, Hawaii, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Morocco, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Scandinavia, Singapore, South Africa and South Korea. There are also Brewers, craft beers, as well as desserts and wine! Maybe we'll see you there!!
Tags: Epcot, Disney, food, Wine, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Caribbean, China, France, Germany, Greek, Hawaii, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Morocco, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Scandinavia, Singapore
Historic City of Fes (Fez) Morocco - Sam's Exotic Travels of 2011 [03:07]
Fes is one of Morocco's most historic cities - and well worth visiting, despite the fact that people in Old Fes dislike having their picture taken. Oh well, here's why it should be on your agenda: Fes el Bali (Medina of Fes) is the oldest and walled part of Fes, Morocco. Besides being famous for having the oldest university in the world Fes el Bali, with a total population of 156 000, is also believed to be the biggest car-free urban area in the world. Fes el Bali was listed by UNESCO as a world heritage site in 1981. One of the most interesting sites in the Medina is the oldest leather tannery in the world, which dates back at least nine centuries. The tannery is composed of numerous stone vessels filled with a vast range of dyes and various odorous liquids. The tannery processes the hides (skins) of sheep and goats, turning them into high quality leather products. The Royal Palace comprises of 80 hectares of land and its compound includes beautiful gardens, mosques and also an ancient school for Koranic studies that whose origin can be traced back to 14th century. General public are barred from entering the Palace but they are even an impressive sight even from outside. The garden doors are famous for their Giant Brass knockers that were made by special artisans from Fes El Bali. The Palace is also famous for the golden doors. The palace was built in the 17th century and it is situated right in the center if Fes el Jdid. Part of it still serves as the residence of the ...
Tags: Fes, Fez, Morocco, UNESCO, World Heritage Site, Medina of Fes, Fes-Boulemane region, imperial city, Fes el Bali, walled city, leather souk, tannery
Rabat, Morocco's Capital City - Sam's Exotic Travels of 2011 [06:50]
Rabat was my favorite of all Morocco cities visited. It combines many historical sites with modern buildings and train system - a clean city with friendly people. Definitely worth visiting. Here's some facts per Wikipedia: Rabat, literally "Fortified Place" is the capital and third largest city of the Kingdom of Morocco with a population of approximately 650000 (2010). It is also the capital of the Rabat-Salé-Zemmour-Zaer region. The city is located on the Atlantic Ocean at the mouth of the river Bou Regreg. On the facing shore of the river lies Salé, Rabat's bedroom community. Together with Temara the cities account for a combined metropolitan population of 1.8 million. Silting problems have diminished the Rabat's role as a port; however, Rabat and Salé still maintain important textile, food processing and construction industries. In addition, tourism and the presence of all foreign embassies in Morocco serve to make Rabat one of the most important cities in the country.
Tags: Rabat, Fortified Place, capital, Morocco, Rabat-Sale-Zemmour-Zaer, Atlantic Ocean, River Bou Regreg
Discover Spain, Portugal and Morocco with Scenic Tours [08:43]
Let Scenic Tours take you on an unforgettable journey to discover the spectacular sites of Spain, Portugal and Morocco.