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Marrakech Suk Donkey Cart
Morocco

Just a bit of the distributed suk in Marrakech Old Town. Wonderful place to visit although perhaps August should be avoided, it's blooming hot.

I'm not sure exactly, or even inexactly, where in the town the photographs were taken. If anyone knows the map coordinates please let me know.

Copyright: Mark Schuster
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