Category: Morocco

My Moroccan Memories: From A to Z

Michaella Patterson is a student at Bridgewater State University and an ISA Featured Blogger. She studied abroad with ISA in Meknes, Morocco. A: Al-Attarin Medersa is the oldest Islamic religious school, established in 1325 by Abu Siad in Fes. Its intricate detail work consists of beautiful colored tiles, carved cedar wood […]

Morocco: A Marriage Between Old and New

Jordan Erb is a student at Boise State University and an ISA Featured Blogger. She is currently studying abroad with ISA in Meknes, Morocco. The more time passes, the more I am convinced that Moroccans have mastered the unity between ancient and modern cultures. While I spend time bouncing between the Meknes medina (the […]