Hi Gattina,I love the Kasbah pic! Origninally a Kasbah was a place for the local leader to live and as a defense when the city was under attack. It had high walls which usually had no windows. Sometimes, they were built on the top of hill to make them easier to defend.These days they are often part of a Medina - where people sell and buy wares. Was this a type of Medina?Author (Milo and Alfie's Mom)My ehttp://j9marshall.wordpress.com/2009/06/18/window-views-about-town-in-sidmouth-devon-uk/
Fantastic grille works on those windows!
now I've got that 'At the Kasbah' song in my head ;)beautiful place!!
Gattina, your Moroccan window shots are always incredible! Glad to learn what a "Kasbah" is! :)
Cool picture Gattina!! We just love the color and now we know what a Kasbah is!! We just love the cool color and grille work on the windows!Your FL furiends,
ditto the previous comments, the architecture is so interesting and its always nice to learn something new. Hope you can stop by to see my sepia scene and window views Thanks!
Love the windows and the colors.
What a beautiful set of windows! Love the color against the stone and the ornate grillwork.My sepia post is here: Carletta’s Captures.
Love it Gattina. That sounds so exotic ..."A Kasbah"
I love those windows and the rooftop. Thanks for sharing.
so like these shots from your morocco adventures. they are fab. i have always wanted to travel there...maybe some day.hope you are having a lovely time in italy. thinking of you.
Stained windows are always beautiful, it's a pity that you almost only see them in churches.
Beautiful windows and window decorations!! I learned something today :)
Spectacular shot! :)
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