Travel journal. My unforgettable trip from Rabat, Morocco to Kabul, Afghanistan By: Ana Cristina Ibarra – 8 th red. introduction.
My unforgettable trip from Rabat, Morocco to Kabul, Afghanistan
By: Ana Cristina Ibarra – 8th red
Kasbash of the udayas
This were some of the amazing places I visited while I was in Rabat. After 5 days in Rabat I went by car, so I could appreciate the landscape better, to Algeria.
The Ketchaoua Mosque
The Monument of the Martyrs
The tourism of Algiers is growing but is not as developed as that of the larger cities in Morocco or Tunisia.
Red castle and entrance to national museum
Tripoli’s old city
EmhemmedElmgharief Street in central Tripoli
Since of all the protest I didn’t feel safe in this country so as soon as I saw what was important here, I left heading toward egypt.
The Flea market in the Old City of Jerusalem
Shrine of the book
The area is also known as the Holy Land, being holy for all Abrahamic religions including Judaism, Christianity, Islam and the Baha'i Faith
Syria is located in Western Asia, bordering Lebanon and the Mediterranean Sea to the West, Turkey to the north, Iraq to the east, Jordan to the south, and Israel to the southwest.
Fetté with clarified sheep butter and almonds, a specialty of Damascus
Market in Damascus, Syria
Ruins in Damascus, Syria
The Great Mosque
Iraqi national orquestra
Statue of Abu RayhanBiruni in Laleh Park
Museum of contemporary arts
workers processing pomegranates