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World's Fair enthusiast and collector Mike Kraus has very generously donated a wonderful collection of images of various Pavilions and Exhibits from the 1964/1965 New York World's Fair to nywf64.com. He shares with us here some excellent views of The Pavilion of Morocco.

Source: Above photos presented courtesy Mike Kraus Collection and are © Copyright 2010 Mike Kraus, All Rights Reserved

Morocco Pavilion

Above: Moroccan Pavilion and Sidewalk Cafe. Below: Moroccan Entertainers inside the Pavilion.

Moroccan Entertainers

Artist's rendering of the Moroccan Pavilion

SOURCE: Commercial Transparency by Photo Lab, Inc., Washington, DC

Artist's Rendering

Day and nightime views of the Moroccan courtyard restaurant

SOURCE: Commercial Transparency by Photo Lab, Inc., Washington, DC

Day View - Terrace Restaurant

Night View - Terrace Restaurant


Under the Moroccan pavilion's Moorish arches, a bazaar and restaurants reproduce the sights and sounds of North Africa. The restaurants feature native foods, and skilled artisans fashion rugs in the shops.
Moroccan Pavilion Photo

Source: News Colorfoto by William Klein
Source: New York Sunday News - September 19, 1965

Bill Cotter, World's Fair enthusiast, has been collecting images of the 1964/1965 New York World's Fair for many years. He shares with us here some wonderful views of The Pavilion of Morocco. If you would like to see more images of Bill's fabulous collection of World's Fair images, visit his website WorldsFairPhotos.com.


Source: Above photos presented courtesy Bill Cotter Collection and are © Copyright 2010 Bill Cotter, All Rights Reserved

Views of the Pavilion of Morocco

Pavilion of Morocco

Moroccan Pavilion

Source: Official World's Fair transparency by Pana-Vue
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