Photo Of The Day By Nat Geo

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The city of Chefchaouen, in northwest Morocco, features many buildings painted blue. According to legend, the practice of blue buildings dates back to the 15th century, when Jews fled the Spanish Inquisition and settled in Chefchaouen. In the Jewish faith, blue reminds worshippers of the sky, and therefore, God.

 

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4 thoughts on “Photo Of The Day By Nat Geo

  1. I love the picture … did you take it? You taught me about the blue buildings reminding those of the Jewish faith of the sky and of God. Thanks, Phil, for the lesson. : ) jan

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  2. After I made the post I realized it said, “Photo Of The Day By Nat Geo.” Duh … my bad. But I did love the picture. I loved the many hues of blue … rhyme unintended … but fits nicely … the single lamp lit the scene, but oddly, the man is lit from the back, not where the lamp’s light would have been cast upon him in the front. However, the effect is engaging. Thanks for sharing this picture. jan

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