Travelling Through Morocco – Nathan David Rabinowich

Acclaimed writer and expert Jewish historian, Nathan David (Nosson Dovid) Rabinowich has special bonding for Morocco. As a traveler, Nathan David Rabinowich never let go of an opportunity to visit the country and have been there more than half-a-dozen times already.

Morocco’s magnificent ancient cities, palaces, mosques, vibrant markets, rich cultural heritage, sandy beaches, archeological wonders, and above all, welcoming people leave Nosson Dovid Rabinowich spellbound every time he visits the country. On each of his Morocco visits, Nosson Dovid Rabinowich never misses the opportunity to pay visit to all popular Moroccan cities including Casablanca, Rabat, Fez, Meknes, Volubilis, Marrakech, Azamour, Rabat, and Sali.

As a scholar and a historian, Nathan David Rabinowich also has a keen interest in other countries of North Africa and has visited them many a times. Nathan David Rabinowich’s profession, his interests, and his hobbies – all adds up to make his life more interesting & learning for people around him.

Recommended read:- http://nathanrabinowich.com/nathan-rabinowich-publication/nosson-dovid-rabinowich-what-to-see-in-morocco/

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About Nathan David Rabinowich

Nathan David (Nosson Dovid) Rabinowich is an author of thirteen critically acclaimed scholarly books and hundreds of articles. He is an expert on Jewish History with extensive teaching experience at the high school and university levels. Nathan has lead as a CEO and Scholar in Residence in such as ventures as the Jewish Heritage Tours to Western Europe, Canada, and Africa.
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