Morocco Series III, 7709
Tangier, the most widely known town in the Moorish empire, is situated thirty-one miles from Gibraltar, and has a population of 30,000, a good sprinkling of whom are Europeans. It is not so interesting as the less frequented towns, owing to the growth of European influence. Its population, however, is much mixed, and the streets present very picturesque and essentially Eastern scenes. A common type is the "Water Seller" (aguador), who is show on the left of this picture.