Here is my photo gallery of Morrocco landscape. The beauty of this North-African country cannot be over-emphasized, with a culture that is diluted by a combination of Berber, Arabian and European cultures. I visited to Morocco to understand what made this place so special, and realized it was a combination of the culture, scenery and its people. After seeing this I decided to do a session on landscape photography of Morocco. Morocco has quite a blend of busy and peaceful environments and gives its citizens an easy variation of both.
The scenery is quite enjoyable and I put my camera to work around the beautiful cities so I could share this wonderful gallery of an African country with you all. I hope you love my photo gallery of Morrocco landscape. I was deliberate and breath-taking, and I enjoyed every moment of it.
Did you know that in the 5th century, Morocco was invaded from the north by the Vandals and Visigoths. Also, in the 6th century, northern Morocco integrated into the Byzantine Empire. However, the Berber inhabitants in the high mountains of the interior remained independent all through this.
The first Islamic conquest of the North African coastal plain took place under, a general serving under the Umayyads named Uqba ibn Nafi. The local Berber tribes took on Islam as a religion, but retained their customary laws. They also paid taxes and tribute to the new Muslim administration. The first independent Muslim state in the area of modern Morocco was the Kingdom of Nekor, an emirate in the Rif Mountains. It was founded by Salih I ibn Mansur in 710, as a client state. After the outbreak of the Berber Revolt in 739, the Berbers formed other independent states such as the Miknasa of Sijilmasa and the Barghawata.