(PRWEB) November 01, 2017
J. Peter Hall has completed his new book “A Narrative Tale of Morocco”: an amusing account of the author’s wonderful findings of colorful beauty and history in Morocco, a country where he has traveled with an eagerness to learn last 2013.
Author Hall narrates one of the places in his itinerary he has visited in the Muslim country: “In the afternoon, we arrived at Hassan II Mosque. We walked around the area—our appointment of entrance being not until our day of farewell from Morocco, eight days later. In Islam, ‘the Throne of Allah was built on water,’ hence the reason this mosque was built beyond the beach. Commenced on July 12, 1986, and completed in 1993, the construction was three years with 1,200 men around the clock, and soon into the work, and then to completion, six thousand tradition Moroccan artisans for five years. Two large breakwaters were also built, to protect the mosque from erosive action of the ocean waves, which can be up to ten meters (33 feet) in height. The walls are of handcrafted marble. The marble floors are always warm, for all the shoeless feet. The seabed is visible through the glass floor of the building’s hall below. Also below are the Turkish Baths. In the minaret of this mosque, there is a laser pointing directly to Mecca; Mecca is the city where Muhammad was born.”
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, J. Peter Hall’s fascinating narrative is a unique travel write-up compared to the usual travel blog posts online; the author incorporates historical facts to further explain the places and culture in Morocco, including its religious and political aspects.
Readers who wish to experience this insightful work can purchase “A Narrative Tale of Morocco” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.
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