The tiny town in northern Morocco, Chefchaouen, boasts with its rich history, architecture and natural breathtaking horizons . Yet, most characteristic and most remarkable feature of this town are its picturesque blue walls.
The uniqueness of Chefchaouen originated from 1930, when the blue color was offered by the Jews, who thought to symbolize the sky. According to other allegations, the city was painted in blue in order to protect from mosquitoes that do not submit clean water.
Whatever the reason for the coloration is, this small town causes tourists to explore its labyrinths, enjoy in the sky-blue color and of course, make a few creative photos.