An old street sign in Marrakech's Guéliz quarter preserves the name of Yugoslavia, a country that is no longer with us. The street has carried the name since Moroccan independence in 1956. Previously, it had also been associated with the Balkan state – named Rue Alexandre 1er to commemorate the Yugoslav king gunned down in the streets of Marseille in 1934.
I'm still undecided if that is some sort of tribute to Yugoslavia's passing scratched into the concrete around the sign.
December 2010 ▪ Panasonic DMC-TZ10