50 shades of blue: Chefchouan, Morocco

I still don’t know why the city of Chefchaouen is blue. But in the 1930’s, Jewish people painted it such. But why!? No clue. (I think it was to rebel against Hitler) But really, who cares. I was too busy taking photos and gawking and oohing and ahhing to care. At every turn there is more beauty! So much so that after a few hours it almost got tiresome. Take a look. And imagine seeing all of this in person!

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About seejanesblog

I travel and then write about it. Now I've purchased a guesthouse (riad) in Marrakech, Morocco, so spend a lot of my time blogging about this experience.
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