The Monochromatic City of Chefchaoen, Morocco

From Weburbanist:

Morocco is renowned for its colors, with its cities awash in vivid shades of red, purple, green and gold. But things are a little different in Chefchaoen, a town in the northwest nestled among the Rif Mountains. Take a stroll through Chefchaoen’s streets and you’ll be hard-pressed to find something that isn’t painted a particular shade of blue.

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    1. Tis true! (And the Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur looks amazing…) But apparently Chefchaouen shares a coincidental custom of bluewashing.

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