An authentic example of traditional Moroccan architecture

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Dar Zarraba is a fine example of traditional architecture in the land of Morocco. With a passion for earthen architecture, we brought from the south and the area many Berber craftsmen faithfully following the tradition of the Berber arts. You can browse through the slideshows to see all stages of the construction of Zarraba which required the crafts-manship of over 70,000 mud bricks dried in the sun.

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