National Geographic : 1925 Mar
TILE CDfERA'S COLOR RECORDS OF TORTH AFRICA WHITE TANGIER FR.-\~IED B\' A COB.'\LT SK\SCAPE Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans, Arabs, Portuguese, English and French have occupied this, the oldest place of recorded habitation in Morocco. It is extremely difficult to take "snap- shot" natural-color photographs, but the sky was so clear hcre that thc camcra art ist succcedcd ill making this instantaneous exposure from his steamer. AUlochromc; Lumierc by Gervais Courtellemool TIIE IIOlJR FOR TEA L FEZ The chief be\'erage of the :\loroccans is served very hot and very sweet, flavored always \\"ith mint. The principal native dish of the country is couscous, a kind of dry porridge made of ground \\heat stcwed with mutton or chicken and pieces of pumpkin.