Living in Moroccoby Sabine Bouvet, Philippe Saharoff
From its spectacular mountain ranges to its boundless stretches of amber desert and beautiful coastline, Morocco offers an unparalleled panorama for the greedy eye. The intense peacefulness of the country's natural environment contrasts sharply with the bustle of its cities which overflow with street-life: the "red city" of Marrakech, enchanted Fez, the Atlantic ports of Rabat and Casablanca....These different sights, seemingly worlds apart from each other, are all masterfully captured by the camera and brought together in this richly illustrated volume.Living in Morocco also takes the reader beyond the imposing walls of medinas and citadelles, through twisting streets where traditional "souk" markets are held, and into the homes and hidden gardens of some of the country's most illustrious inhabitants.
Author Biography: Sabine Bouvet is an independent writer and stylist. She works for several lifestyle and interior decoration magazines, such as Maisons, Côté Sud, and Maisons Madame Figaro, specializing in travel and gastronomy.
Photographer Philippe Saharoff contributes to numerous interior decoration and travel reviews including Côté Sud and Maison Française. He has been visiting and working in Morocco for over twenty years.
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