Rabat – Following its dedication to document the world’s most picturesque landscapes, culture, and heritage, the American magazine and documentary channel National Geographic took to the kingdom of Morocco for a new photo series.

National Geographic, renowned for its professional and colorful photography, used its expert lens to expose magnificent Moroccan landmarks, including the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail in Meknes, Place Mohamed V in Casablanca, Ouzoud Falls, Jemaa el Fna Square, the Menara Garden and Suq in Marrakech, and the Rif Mountains.

 The photos highlight Morocco’s diverse culture and historical legacy, the depiction of a young Moroccan Amazigh bride in the High Atlas Mountains as the perfect example.

The American magazine also artfully displays the sand peaks that fill the Moroccan Sahara, nestled between fringes of grass in the golden desert.

meknes
Photo credit: Bjoren Obst
Photo credit: Alexandra Boulat
Photo credit: Alexandra Boulat
jamaa el fna
Photo credit: Marcella Bauman
legzira beach
Photo credit: Bertrand Gardel, Getty Images
fruit vendor marrakech
Photo credit: Ethan Welty, Aurora
sahara
Photo credit: Scott Wallace
Photo credit: Alexandra Boulat
Photo credit: Alexandra Boulat
Photo credit: Atlantide Phototravel /Getty Images
Photo credit: Atlantide Phototravel /Getty Images
Photo credit: Peter Phipp/Getty Images
Photo credit: Peter Phipp/Getty Images
Photo credit: Roger Wood, Corbis
Photo credit: Roger Wood, Corbis
Photo credit: Yair Gazitt
Photo credit: Yair Gazitt
Photo credit: Sergio Amiti
Photo credit: Sergio Amiti
Photo credit: Travel Ink/Getty Images
Photo credit: Travel Ink/Getty Images
Photo credit: Scoot E. Barbour /Getty Images
Photo credit: Scoot E. Barbour /Getty Images
Photo Credit: Panoramic Images/ Getty Images I
Photo Credit: Panoramic Images/ Getty Images
Photo Credit: Magazine Veronique Fleury
Photo Credit: Magazine Veronique Fleury