Kasbah of the Glaoua family, Tamdaght, Ounila Valley, Ouarzazate province, High Atlas, Morocco. The Glaoua family ruled this area of Morocco from the late 19th century until Moroccan independence. This kasbah, a fortified earthen village, was built to house the Glaoua family chiefs, their families and a garrison. It sits on an ancient caravan route from the Sahara to Marrakech. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Kasbah of the Glaoua family, Tamdaght, Ounila Valley, Ouarzazate province, High Atlas, Morocco. The Glaoua family ruled this area of Morocco from the late 19th century until Moroccan independence. This kasbah, a fortified earthen village, was built to house the Glaoua family chiefs, their families and a garrison. It sits on an ancient caravan route from the Sahara to Marrakech. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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