National Geographic : 1932 Mar
Photograph by Flandrin HERDS OF SHEEP GRAZE IN THE SHADOW OF KASBA TADLA, A NOBLE REMNANT FROM MOROCCO'S DAYS OF MIGHT The citadel, erected by Moulay Ismail the Bloodthirsty, is one of the most impressive in all Morocco. Repairs and reconstruction have not changed its original aspect appreciably. Its builder maintained here a garrison of 3,000 negroes to hold the surrounding country insubjection. Now itisa French stronghold.