Weekly Photo Challenge: Alphabet (IV)


Tuesday 19 January, 2016 by Uncle Spike

My fourth Weekly Photo Challenge entry is from Cité Portugaise, in El Jadida, Morocco, and offers us two alphabets placed over the doorway of the pharmacy.

Hope you enjoy this entry.




The first entry for this week can be found here: WPC ‘Alphabet’ (I)

The second entry for this week can be found here: WPC ‘Alphabet’ (II)

The third entry for this week can be found here: WPC ‘Alphabet’ (III)




10 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Alphabet (IV)

  1. S.H. says:

    Ah, Morocco is so exciting! As best as I can transliterate… the letters on the right read out as:
    Seed lee-bah al-hayy al-bertaghlee 🙂


  2. Colleen says:

    Great photo….hmmm more memories…this one is my fav out of your series of alphabet photos 🙂

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  3. dayphoto says:

    I wish I had the ability to learn another language. the alphabets always intrigue me.


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  4. That is a good one Spike. I was trying to find something like that for the challenge myself but just couldn’t. As a coincidence I am off to Morocco next week!

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