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  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218758.jpg
    Birds fly in the sky of Rabat above Mohammed V avenue recently renovated. January 13, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218759.jpg
    Alley of the old medina of Rabat. The walls are painted in blue and white. January 13, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218760.jpg
    A group of young street artists give a show to get some money back. January 13, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218761.jpg
    A bottle of beer in one of the few bars in Rabat. January 13, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218762.jpg
    In one of the few bars of Rabat. January 13, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218763.jpg
    A couple sitting in front of Hassan Tower. Remains of the unfinished mosque. The works were abandoned after the death of Sultan Yacoub El Mansour, in 1199. The minaret was to culminate at more than 60 m, but reached only 44.3 m. The Hassane Mosque or Hassan was improperly called Hassan tower. January 13, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218764.jpg
    Preparatory before the coming of the king of Morocco, Mohammed VI in the Medina of Rabat to inspect the works. Several projects under the rehabilitation program of the old medina of Rabat are underway. The aim here is to preserve the architecture of the Rabat medina, listed in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2012. This work is one of the highlights of the integrated program - Rabat Lumiere City, Moroccan Capital of Culture. launched by the Sovereign on May 12, 2014. January 14, 2019. Rabat, Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218765.jpg
    Preparatory before the coming of the king of Morocco, Mohammed VI in the Medina of Rabat to inspect the works. Several projects under the rehabilitation program of the old medina of Rabat are underway. The aim here is to preserve the architecture of the Rabat medina, listed in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2012. This work is one of the highlights of the integrated program - Rabat Lumiere City, Moroccan Capital of Culture. launched by the Sovereign on May 12, 2014. January 14, 2019. Rabat, Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218766.jpg
    Preparatory festive music for the coming of the king of Morocco, Mohammed VI in the Medina of Rabat to inspect the work. Several projects under the rehabilitation program of the old medina of Rabat are underway. The aim here is to preserve the architecture of the Rabat medina, listed in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2012. This work is one of the highlights of the integrated program - Rabat Lumiere City, Moroccan Capital of Culture. launched by the Sovereign on May 12, 2014. January 14, 2019. Rabat, Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218767.jpg
    Preparatory festive music for the coming of the king of Morocco, Mohammed VI in the Medina of Rabat to inspect the work. Several projects under the rehabilitation program of the old medina of Rabat are underway. The aim here is to preserve the architecture of the Rabat medina, listed in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2012. This work is one of the highlights of the integrated program - Rabat Lumiere City, Moroccan Capital of Culture. launched by the Sovereign on May 12, 2014. January 14, 2019. Rabat, Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218768.jpg
    Crowd of people came to see King Mohammed VI. He must come to the Medina of Rabat to inspect the works. Several projects under the rehabilitation program of the old medina of Rabat are underway. The aim here is to preserve the architecture of the Rabat medina, listed in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2012. This work is one of the highlights of the integrated program - Rabat Lumiere City, Moroccan Capital of Culture. launched by the Sovereign on May 12, 2014. January 14, 2019. Rabat, Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218769.jpg
    Preparatory festive music for the coming of the king of Morocco, Mohammed VI in the Medina of Rabat to inspect the work. Several projects under the rehabilitation program of the old medina of Rabat are underway. The aim here is to preserve the architecture of the Rabat medina, listed in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2012. This work is one of the highlights of the integrated program - Rabat Lumiere City, Moroccan Capital of Culture. launched by the Sovereign on May 12, 2014. January 14, 2019. Rabat, Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218770.jpg
    Royal Guard installed on the course of the king of Morocco, Mohammed VI. He must come to the Medina of Rabat to inspect the works. Several projects under the rehabilitation program of the old medina of Rabat are underway. The aim here is to preserve the architecture of the Rabat medina, listed in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2012. This work is one of the highlights of the integrated program - Rabat Lumiere City, Moroccan Capital of Culture. launched by the Sovereign on May 12, 2014. January 14, 2019. Rabat, Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218771.jpg
    Royal Guard installed on the course of the king of Morocco, Mohammed VI. He must come to the Medina of Rabat to inspect the works. Several projects under the rehabilitation program of the old medina of Rabat are underway. The aim here is to preserve the architecture of the Rabat medina, listed in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2012. This work is one of the highlights of the integrated program - Rabat Lumiere City, Moroccan Capital of Culture. launched by the Sovereign on May 12, 2014. January 14, 2019. Rabat, Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218772.jpg
    A taxi passes in front of the crowd who came to see the king of Morocco, Mohammed VI. He must come to the Medina of Rabat to inspect the works. Several projects under the rehabilitation program of the old medina of Rabat are underway. The aim here is to preserve the architecture of the Rabat medina, listed in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2012. This work is one of the highlights of the integrated program - Rabat Lumiere City, Moroccan Capital of Culture. launched by the Sovereign on May 12, 2014. January 14, 2019. Rabat, Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218773.jpg
    A taxi passes in front of the crowd who came to see the king of Morocco, Mohammed VI. He must come to the Medina of Rabat to inspect the works. Several projects under the rehabilitation program of the old medina of Rabat are underway. The aim here is to preserve the architecture of the Rabat medina, listed in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2012. This work is one of the highlights of the integrated program - Rabat Lumiere City, Moroccan Capital of Culture. launched by the Sovereign on May 12, 2014. January 14, 2019. Rabat, Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218774.jpg
    Remains of the unfinished mosque with its ruined walls on the esplanade of Hassan Tower. January 13, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218775.jpg
    Crowd of people came to see King Mohammed VI. He must come to the Medina of Rabat to inspect the works. Several projects under the rehabilitation program of the old medina of Rabat are underway. The aim here is to preserve the architecture of the Rabat medina, listed in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2012. This work is one of the highlights of the integrated program - Rabat Lumiere City, Moroccan Capital of Culture. launched by the Sovereign on May 12, 2014. January 14, 2019. Rabat, Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218776.jpg
    Crowd of people came to see King Mohammed VI. He must come to the Medina of Rabat to inspect the works. Several projects under the rehabilitation program of the old medina of Rabat are underway. The aim here is to preserve the architecture of the Rabat medina, listed in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2012. This work is one of the highlights of the integrated program - Rabat Lumiere City, Moroccan Capital of Culture. launched by the Sovereign on May 12, 2014. January 14, 2019. Rabat, Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218777.jpg
    Arrival of the King of Morocco, Mohammed VI. He must come to the Medina of Rabat to inspect the works. Several projects under the rehabilitation program of the old medina of Rabat are underway. The aim here is to preserve the architecture of the Rabat medina, listed in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2012. This work is one of the highlights of the integrated program - Rabat Lumiere City, Moroccan Capital of Culture. launched by the Sovereign on May 12, 2014. January 14, 2019. Rabat, Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218778.jpg
    Arrival of the King of Morocco, Mohammed VI. He must come to the Medina of Rabat to inspect the works. Several projects under the rehabilitation program of the old medina of Rabat are underway. The aim here is to preserve the architecture of the Rabat medina, listed in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2012. This work is one of the highlights of the integrated program - Rabat Lumiere City, Moroccan Capital of Culture. launched by the Sovereign on May 12, 2014. January 14, 2019. Rabat, Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218779.jpg
    A small boat promene tourist and loving couple on the river Rabat, wadi Abu Regreg. January 15, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218780.jpg
    Medina flap the night after closing the shops. January 17, 2019. Rabat. Morocco
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218781.jpg
    Moroccan and foreign tourists take pictures on the esplanade of the Hasan tower. Near the minaret, one can discover the remains of the unfinished mosque with its ruined walls and nearly 200 columns that had to support the roof of the building. These columns were almost all destroyed during the earthquake of 1755. January 17, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218782.jpg
    Two young veiled women on the esplanade of Hassan Tower. Near the minaret, one can discover the remains of the unfinished mosque with its ruined walls and nearly 200 columns that had to support the roof of the building. These columns were almost all destroyed during the earthquake of 1755. January 17, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218783.jpg
    Tourists on the esplanade of Hassan Tower. Near the minaret, one can discover the remains of the unfinished mosque with its ruined walls and nearly 200 columns that had to support the roof of the building. These columns were almost all destroyed during the earthquake of 1755. January 17, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218784.jpg
    Rise of the royal guard of the tomb Mohammed IV. January 17, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218785.jpg
    View of the mausoleum Mohammed IV from the esplanade of the Hasan tower. The royal tomb houses the tombs of Mohammed V and his sons, Prince Moulay Abdallah and King Hassan II. Rabat. Morocco. The mausoleum is part of all Rabat sites inscribed on the Unesco World Heritage List as cultural property. January 13, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218786.jpg
    Tourists and locals stroll on the site of the tower Hassan II. View of the mausoleum Mohammed IV from the esplanade of the Hasan tower. The royal tomb houses the tombs of Mohammed V and his sons, Prince Moulay Abdallah and King Hassan II. Rabat. Morocco. The mausoleum is part of all Rabat sites inscribed on the Unesco World Heritage List as cultural property. January 13, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218787.jpg
    Tourists on the esplanade of Hassan Tower. Near the minaret, one can discover the remains of the unfinished mosque with its ruined walls and nearly 200 columns that had to support the roof of the building. These columns were almost all destroyed during the earthquake of 1755. January 17, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218788.jpg
    Morocco illustration
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218789.jpg
    Rise of the royal guard of the tomb Mohammed IV. Behind them, the new opera of Rabat.17 January 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218790.jpg
    Two veiled women pass in front of the Rabat church. January 17, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218791.jpg
    Work in progress in the Medina of Rabat. Several projects under the rehabilitation program of the old medina of Rabat are underway. This is to preserve the architecture of the medina of Rabat inscribed in 2012 UNESCO World Heritage. This work is one of the highlights of the integrated program -Rabat Lumiere City, Moroccan Capital of Culture-, launched by the Sovereign on May 12, 2014. January 14, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218792.jpg
    Old building of the Medina of Rabat. January 17, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218793.jpg
    Work in progress in the Medina of Rabat. Several projects under the rehabilitation program of the old medina of Rabat are underway. This is to preserve the architecture of the medina of Rabat inscribed in 2012 UNESCO World Heritage. This work is one of the highlights of the integrated program -Rabat Lumiere City, Moroccan Capital of Culture-, launched by the Sovereign on May 12, 2014. January 14, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218794.jpg
    Work in progress in the Medina of Rabat. Several projects under the rehabilitation program of the old medina of Rabat are underway. This is to preserve the architecture of the medina of Rabat inscribed in 2012 UNESCO World Heritage. This work is one of the highlights of the integrated program -Rabat Lumiere City, Moroccan Capital of Culture-, launched by the Sovereign on May 12, 2014. January 14, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218795.jpg
    Travelers in Rabat train station. The station is under construction to accommodate the new high-speed train from Morocco, the LGV that connects Tangier to Casablanca via Rabat. January 19, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218796.jpg
    Mausoleum Mohammed IV. The royal tomb houses the tombs of Mohammed V and his sons, Prince Moulay Abdallah and King Hassan II. Rabat. Morocco. The mausoleum is part of all Rabat sites inscribed on the Unesco World Heritage List as cultural property. January 13, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218797.jpg
    Travelers in Rabat train station. The station is under construction to accommodate the new high-speed train from Morocco, the LGV that connects Tangier to Casablanca via Rabat. January 19, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218798.jpg
    Travelers in Rabat train station. The station is under construction to accommodate the new high-speed train from Morocco, the LGV that connects Tangier to Casablanca via Rabat. January 19, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218799.jpg
    A family looks at the city from a terrace of the new Casablanca station. The station is under construction to accommodate the new high-speed train from Morocco, the LGV that connects Tangier to Casablanca via Rabat. January 19, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218800.jpg
    New station of Casablanca. The station is under construction to accommodate the new high-speed train from Morocco, the LGV that connects Tangier to Casablanca via Rabat. January 19, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218801.jpg
    Old colonial house in a street of Casablanca. January 20, 2019. Casablanca. Rabat.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218802.jpg
    Hassan II Mosque. True religious and cultural complex, arranged on nine hectares, the mosque includes a prayer room, a ablution room, baths, a Koranic school (madrasa), a library and a museum. January 20, 2019. Casablanca. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218803.jpg
    Reflection of Mosque Hassan II in a puddle. True religious and cultural complex, arranged on nine hectares, the mosque includes a prayer room, a ablution room, baths, a Koranic school (madrasa), a library and a museum. January 20, 2019. Casablanca. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218804.jpg
    Hassan II Mosque. True religious and cultural complex, arranged on nine hectares, the mosque includes a prayer room, a ablution room, baths, a Koranic school (madrasa), a library and a museum. January 20, 2019. Casablanca. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218805.jpg
    Mosquee Hassan II. True religious and cultural complex, arranged on nine hectares, the mosque includes a prayer room, a ablution room, baths, a Koranic school (madrasa), a library and a museum. January 20, 2019. Casablanca. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218806.jpg
    Mosquee Hassan II. True religious and cultural complex, arranged on nine hectares, the mosque includes a prayer room, a ablution room, baths, a Koranic school (madrasa), a library and a museum. January 20, 2019. Casablanca. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218807.jpg
    A mausoleum guard Mohammed V poses for a photo. The royal tomb houses the tombs of Mohammed V and his sons, Prince Moulay Abdallah and King Hassan II. Rabat. Morocco. The mausoleum is part of all Rabat sites inscribed on the Unesco World Heritage List as cultural property. January 13, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218808.jpg
    Morocco illustration
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218809.jpg
    A guard of the mausoleum Mohammed V. The royal tomb houses the tombs of Mohammed V and his sons, Prince Moulay Abdallah and King Hassan II. Rabat. Morocco. The mausoleum is part of all Rabat sites inscribed on the Unesco World Heritage List as cultural property. January 13, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218810.jpg
    Detail of the costume of a guard of the mausoleum Mohammed V. The royal tomb houses the tombs of Mohammed V and his sons, Prince Moulay Abdallah and King Hassan II. Rabat. Morocco. The mausoleum is part of all Rabat sites inscribed on the Unesco World Heritage List as cultural property. January 13, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218811.jpg
    Esplanade of the Hasan tower. Near the minaret, one can discover the remains of the unfinished mosque with its ruined walls and nearly 200 columns that had to support the roof of the building. These columns were almost all destroyed during the earthquake of 1755. January 13, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218752.jpg
    Hassan tower. Remains of the unfinished mosque. The works were abandoned after the death of Sultan Yacoub El Mansour, in 1199. The minaret was to culminate at more than 60 m, but reached only 44.3 m. The Hassane Mosque or Hassan was improperly called Hassan tower. January 13, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218753.jpg
    Moroccan flag and portrait of King Mohammed VI in the window of a photo gallery dedicated to the king. January 13, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218754.jpg
    A Moroccan flag floats in the air near a palm tree. January 13, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218755.jpg
    A tramway passes Rabat station under construction to accommodate the new high-speed train from Morocco, the LGV that connects Tangier to Casablanca via Rabat. January 13, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218756.jpg
    A tramway passes Rabat station under construction to accommodate the new high-speed train from Morocco, the LGV that connects Tangier to Casablanca via Rabat. January 13, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
  • Morocco illustration
    Morocco
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0218757.jpg
    A group of young people hang in front of Rabat station. January 13, 2019. Rabat. Morocco.
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