Chefcaouen was painted blue by the Jewish refugees that lived there in the but the hue is maintained today every spring by local residents. Not only does it keep them cool but is thought to be a spiritual color symbolic of the sky, god and heaven.
Chefchaouen, Morocco: Nestled at the foothills of the Rif Mountain range, Chefchaouen sits quietly. Its blue walls are bursting in color with powerful yet calming energy. As you snake through the city’s slender cobblestone walk streets, an aromatic musk f
Visiting Morocco’s Famous Blue City of Chefchaouen