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The custom mosaic fountain on the patio features tiles by Ann Sacks.

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Morroccan fountain

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Moroccan Mosaic Fountain

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Spanish Fountain Tile Design

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Rustic Mexican Tile Fountain - Latin Accents

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Faucet in tiled wall. maybe this will exist hypothetical spanish hacienda one day!

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MalaysiaZINE: Moroccan Pavilion Putrajaya

Moroccan Pavilion Putrajaya

Named 'The Moroccan Pavilion' inside Putrajaya Botanical Garden, this empty boutique space is designed by RDA Harris to showcase the very unique architecture of traditional imperial Morocco and the Moors. All four elements of Moroccan old cities Fez, Meknes, Rabat and Marrakech were built under one tropical building. From the main bab (gate), visitors are welcomed to walk towards intermediate garden which leads to an other bab and so on giving the feeling of entering a small upkeep from…

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