Explore Morocco With Assouline’s Coffee Table Book

Step inside the Kingdom of Light with the upcoming January 2024 release.

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Some wonders have to be seen to be believed, like the striking beauty and old-world charm of the increasingly luxe travel destination of Morocco. In the meantime, the next best thing might be an escape via a visually appealing, stunning new volume from publisher Assouline, which will release new tome Morocco: Kingdom of Light in January.

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With an introduction penned by Moroccan-born writer, musician and actor Ariel Wizman, the impressive volume explores a country that contains multitudes.

That includes its many French and Mediterranean influences as well its role as a haven for creatives, and the country has even inspired modern fashion collections by designers like Todd Snyder in recent years.

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Fittingly, Assouline notes that the nation has “been an endless source of inspiration for artists and aesthetes alike” since a nineteenth-century journey to the country by French artist Eugène Delacroix.

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The 312-page hardcover volume includes an impressive 200 illustrations exploring the vibrant color and culture that give the country its nickname as the “Kingdom of Light.”

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Other tomes by Assouline explore the destinations of James Bond and the world of luxury watches, and this latest release promises a similarly luxe, immersive addition to any coffee table or bookshelf.

A dozen cities are also covered via exclusive imagery from Oliver Pilcher.

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Assouline also notes that the “there is something that people come to Morocco to find, even if they are never able to take all of it away with them: A country, a kingdom, a dynamic, an idea—or perhaps even a question.”

It’s inspiring enough to consider adding this latest volume to your collection, no? Available in English and French editions, it can be found online from publisher Assouline for $105 starting in January.