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Royal granaries of Moulay Ismail Meknes Morocco Africa Canvas Art - Kymri Wilt DanitaDelimont (18 x 24)

Royal granaries of Moulay Ismail Meknes Morocco Africa Canvas Art - Kymri Wilt DanitaDelimont (18 x 24)

Royal granaries of Moulay Ismail Meknes Morocco Africa Canvas Art - Kymri Wilt DanitaDelimont (25 x 38)

Royal granaries of Moulay Ismail Meknes Morocco Africa Canvas Art - Kymri Wilt DanitaDelimont (25 x 38)

Meknes Morocco Tilework on the Bab Mansour Gate Canvas Art - Charles O Cecil DanitaDelimont (12 x 17)

Meknes Morocco Tilework on the Bab Mansour Gate Canvas Art - Charles O Cecil DanitaDelimont (12 x 17)

Meknes Morocco Tilework on the Bab Mansour Gate Canvas Art - Charles O Cecil DanitaDelimont (24 x 36)

Meknes Morocco Tilework on the Bab Mansour Gate Canvas Art - Charles O Cecil DanitaDelimont (24 x 36)

Dar al-Jam’i  Hegira 1298–1300 / AD 1880–2, Alawid Meknès, Morocco. circa late 19th century. Built by viziers close to Sultan Hasan I.  Given to the State at the beginning of the 20th century  used as a military hospital by the Protectorate before being converted into the Meknès Museum of Traditional Arts and Crafts in 1926.

Dar al-Jam’i Hegira 1298–1300 / AD 1880–2, Alawid Meknès, Morocco. circa late 19th century. Built by viziers close to Sultan Hasan I. Given to the State at the beginning of the 20th century used as a military hospital by the Protectorate before being converted into the Meknès Museum of Traditional Arts and Crafts in 1926.

Moroccan splendour | A courtyard in the Dar Jamai Museum, Meknes, Morocco. A former palace of the Jamai family, this museum is a showcase of Moroccan arts and craftsmanship.

Moroccan splendour | A courtyard in the Dar Jamai Museum, Meknes, Morocco. A former palace of the Jamai family, this museum is a showcase of Moroccan arts and craftsmanship.

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