Water used to run all through the ground of Morocco. These wells are now completely dry. They have been kept in tact in order for visitors to see what the water had created. As the wells dried out, people lived in them.
Walking through the caves is a very interesting experience. As you can imagine, in the 60 degree Celsius heat of Moroccan summer people had to find a way to escape the sun and the heat. These dried up wells solved that problem for them.
As we left, we were treated to a nice Moroccan mint tea, and some music. The violin/cello type instrument as you can see, is made of some kind of metal can and other scrap materials, but is played very well.