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Chefchaouen Part 2: Photo Gallery

A door is tucked off to the side of a street, surrounded by green plants and a narrow street (Photo Credit: Anna Groeling).

The following travel photos come from Chefchaouen, Morocco. The city’s name comes from the nearby mountain tops which resemble the two horns of a goat, and is known more by the locals as Chaouen. The word for goat is ‘chaoua’. Spanish is a common language here, since Spain had controlled Chefchaoeun for thirty years.

For more information, click here to read about my experiences in Chefchaouen, or here for more another photo set of Chefchaouen.

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