Chefchaouen is the majestic Moroccan city famous for its blue-shaded buildings. This painting is of a photo I took on a sunny day while visiting Chefchaouen.
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My Travels in Tangier, Morocco
This past Sunday I watched my favorite travel show – Parts Unknown with Anthony Bourdain. He was in Tangier, Morocco, and it brought back memories of when I was there almost 10 years ago. In 2004, I decided to study abroad for a semester in Sevilla, Spain. One long weekend, my new girlfriend (now wife)Continue reading “My Travels in Tangier, Morocco”
Chefchaouen Blues – Morocco Oil Painting
The famous blue-shaded streets of Chefchaouen, Morocco are enchanting and captivating. Situated in the Rif Mountains, one can walk through the city to sample local goat cheese and purchase intricately woven blankets. Here, Arabic, Spanish and French languages are spoken.
Chefchaouen, Morocco Original Oil Painting
One of the more unique places I’ve been in the world is to Chefchaouen, Morocco. Chefchaouen, or Chaouen, is a city in northwest Morocco that is famous for its blue shaded buildings, such as shown in this architectural painting.