Squadron Scrapbook
Port Lyautey/Kenitra

Page Twenty One

This page contains additional views of the interior of the Portugeese Fort, and the commanding view of the mouth of the Ouede Sebou River from it.

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The shape of this door shows evidence of the Moorish/Moroccan peiod of rule(1961)


Another view inside the fort showing Moorish/Moroccan influence.(1961).


A view out to sea from the fort. Visible in this photo are the breakwaters marking the entrance to the Ouede Sebou River (1961).


Another view out to sea from the fort. Visible in this photo is the fish processing plant located just inland from the mouth of the river (1961).


A good view of the port facility within the French Army (Foreign Legion) base located just west of NAS Port Lyautey (1961).

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