Museum of Photography (Maison de la Photographie) displays historical photographs showing transformation of Morocco in 19th and 20th century as well as it features various landscape photos of Morocco. The collection of century old work as well as modern and contemporary work is worth exploring.
Maison de la Photographie, can be referred as Museum of Photography is located in the medina by the Medersa Ben Youssef. It features Photograph prints depicting Moroccon landscapes and scenes, postcard , glass negatives as well as a library of 19th and 20th century works. Get the gist of Moroccon history as well as mountain view from the terrace.
MAISON DE LA PHOTOGRAPHIE COLLECTIONS
10 000 original prints of modern and contemporary photographies.
A large collection of postcards, including the exhaustive collection on Marrakech.
Glass Negatives: the oldest collection on the High-Atlas.
Documentaries: Daniel Chicault's "Sceneries and faces of the High-Atlas", 1957, Jacques Willemont's documentaries "Beyond music"
A library covering the period 1870 to 1960
HOW TO GET TO MAISON DE LA PHOTOGRAPHIE ?
Located a mile northeast of stop No. 15 on ALSA's History Tour Tourist Bus line
There are few ALSA bus routes which drops and picks up from the nearby stops.