The Portuguese Cistern in El Jadida, Morocco. Built in 1514, this former warehouse (possibly an armory) was converted into a cistern in the 16th century. The underground chamber, measuring 34 meters by 34 meters, was constructed with five rows of five stone pillars.
The Gorgeous City of E Jadida, Morocco - This amazing north African town has an amazing history. Pictured here is part of the Portuguese fortress. Have you been to Morocco? Click here and find out all about this lesser known destination! ~ReflectionsEnroute