Morocco Heri Es-Souani Granaries

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Wayne & Lyn Liebelt

About this spot
Heri es-Souani was Moulay Ismail's granaries. The massive, thick-walled, barrel-vaulted granaries (tribes paid taxes in grain) were kept cool through a system of underfloor water channels, drawing from a cistern below. Outside are the now roofless remains of stables for 12,000 horses.

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Wayne & Lyn Liebelt

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