— ALOZADE a. the artist Show you these artistic creations and ideas. Especially in digital painting. —- L'artiste ALOZADE a. vous propose ces créations et ses idées artistiques. Surtout en peinture digitale.
My photo has a historical value. This monument – now- forgotten was the largest theater in North Africa during the first half of the 20th century.
The great Cervantes Theatre (Gran Teatro Cervantes) in the city of Tangier (north of Morocco) was built between 1911 and 1913 by Esperanza Orellana, her husband Manuel Peña and the owner Antonio Gallego.
The ruined theater had 1400 seats to accommodate the population of Tangier Moroccan and all nationalities worldwide (especially Spanish, English, French, Americans, Germans, …) because the city was under international administration.
The ruined theater, received the great works of Antonio Machin, Manolo Caracol, Lola Flores, Pepe Marchena and Juanito Valderrama, Carmen Sevilla, Imperio Argentina, María Caballé, Catalina Berreño, Enrico Caruso, Estrellita Castro … and other great artists.
The ruined theater is owned by the Spanish State, which should strengthen efforts to save this historic monument.
Photos of my country Early spring in Morocco I took these few photos – for you my friends – in the suburbs of my city, during this month of March. It is the beginning of the spring in Morocco (Temperature … Lire la suite →
Photos of my country Roman monuments in Morocco The North of Morocco, formerly called « Mauretania Tingitane », had known the installation of the Roman Empire from the first century. Plutard, it passes under direct Roman administration, until the 5th century. Roman … Lire la suite →
EL JADIDA IN FEBRUARY The city of El jadida (200,000 inhabitants) on the Atlantic coast of Morocco. El jadida is a tourist city, capital of a large agrarian region, and historical urban heritage. My pictures of this city are from this … Lire la suite →
CAFE LHAFA I present my photos, from a beautiful corner, where the wonderful panoramic view. Here the cafe (known as Café « Lhafa » – which means the slope – created in 1921 to the north of the city of Tangier) extends … Lire la suite →
Among the most beautiful garden in the world, The Majorelle Garden in Marrakech is one of the most visited places in Morocco. It took forty years to the French painter Jacques Majorelle (1886-1962) to create, with passion, this enchanting place, today … Lire la suite →
1) Very nice photo of the cliff to the sea (Atlantic Ocean). This is the coastline of the city of Safi in MOROCCO, in the region of Abda, 240 km south of Casablanca, and 158 km west of Marrakech. One … Lire la suite →
Here are some pictures from my last trip, in central Morocco. Autumn conditions are clear, in plants and yellow leaves, dry streams, the clouds of heaven, the cultuvables land waiting for rain …. Do not download my photos without … Lire la suite →
» Art is beautiful representation of a thing and not a representation of a beautiful thing » Immanuel Kant (22 April 1724 – 12 February 1804) German philosopher « Art is beautiful when the hand, head and heart of man are working … Lire la suite →
The most existing tree in Morocco is the date palm (Phoenix dactylifera), is found in all regions of Morocco, and in all the cities of Tanger to Lagouira north to south. The date palm is one genre of the palm … Lire la suite →