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This couple, in a quiet alleyway in Sale, near Rabat, looked like they are in love. Sharing a quiet moment away from the hustle and bustle of city life, they were sharing a quiet intimate moment together.

As we toured Rabat the colors and textures of Morocco felt amplified. This photograph, showing a section of fence in front of the royal tombs in Rabat glows and the shapes, patterns and colors that are so rich throughout the country are highlighted…

As we explored the museum's of Casablanca, Marrakesh and Rabat their was a noticeable absence of non-western visitors. This school group, however, that we came across in a museum in Rabat were incredibly excited to view the artifacts that the museum…

The scene that stood before us as we went to lunch just outside the Ben M'Sik Community Museum and Hassan II University was breathtaking. The restaurant's display of traditional Moroccan items and culture was incredible to behold and remains…

Both groups shared the traditional art of henna at a tea party in Casablanca. The color and light of this photo really highlights the beautiful craftsmanship of the henna and also the wonderful skin tones of both groups' hands.

The beautiful artwork of henna, a traditional Moroccan art form, was shared with the American delegation at a tea party held for us in Casablanca. I love the smiles and laughter in this photo as Robyn has henna put on her hand.

As our project grew and our work developed so did our friendships. During the trip our Moroccan friends hosted a wonderful tea party for us and it was at this party where I truly felt that I had entered in to a special community of friends and…

We hope that this exhibit will be educational but we also hope that the process of creating it has been educational. While we were in Morocco we were able to share our different areas of expertise with one another, and in this photo Julia Brock, the…

The travel components of this project have allowed for so many cultural, historical, and other lessons. Our travels around Morocco and Casablanca allowed Prof El Azhar to share so much about his country to the American group. In Marakech, Professor…

Although the passing of an olive branch began as a joke during our trip to Morocco, the branch came to have real significance for us as individuals and for the project. As our two communities grow together and continue to educate one another our…