Rabat- English musician and former Led Zeppelin lead singer Robert Plant shared photo souvenirs of his Moroccan adventures on his official Facebook page.
English musician, songwriter, former lead singer of the rock band Led Zeppelin, took to Facebook to share three photos of Moroccan products: a berber carpet, Jaouda milk, and a poster of Berber-amazigh musical group “Oudaden.”
“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness,” Plant captioned the images, quoting American writer Mark Twain.
Morocco’s diverse, colorful culture continues to spellbind travelers from all walks of life and areas of the world.
In recent months, American TV host Ryan Seacrest and his girlfriend model Shayna Taylor enjoyed their trip to Morocco’s mystical Sahara Desert dunes, and the mother of football star Cristiano Ronaldo, Maria Dolores dos Santos Aveiro, raved about Moroccan couscous during her mini-vacation in the red city of Marrakech.
Hollywood also remains enamored with the kingdom’s charm, as illustrated by directors’ penchant for filming in the region: Lawrence of Arabia (1962), Gladiator (2000), The Sheltering Sky (1990), Game of Thrones (2013), Prison Break (2015), Sherlock (2016), and The Nine (2017).