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Marrakech: The Beating Heart of Tourism in Morocco. To make the most of the trip, we are happy to put you in the hands of our reliable, experienced and friendly guides.
A botanical touristic garden, which is almost 1 hectare (10000 m2), and contains about
300 species of plants brought from different parts of the world. It is called after its founder-
the French artist and painter Jacques Majorelle (1886-1962) - He created it in 1931, having
inspired the sea from the oasis, the Islamic garden. Yves Saint Laurent- the French
designer and his partner Pierre Bergé bought the garden in 1980. Yves Saint Laurent died in
2008, and now the garden belongs to Majorelle Garden Foundation.
It is receives almost 600 000 visitors every year, which makes it the most visited garden
One of the homes belonging to Yves Saint Laurant and Pierre Bergé in Marrakech. This landmark property is connected to the Majorelle Garden- the most visited tourist site in Morocco. Both properties were originally created by the French painter Jacques Majorelle (1886. 1968) who dedicated his life to create these enchanting gardens and houses, and kept the gardens open to the public. Yves Saint Laurant and Pierre Bergé bought the entire compound in 1980. They continued to let the garden open for the public, while the couple Kept Villa Oasis as their own private home. It is a stunning place made so special by the architect Bill Wills -interior designer Jacques Grange and garden designer Madison Cox.
Villa Oasis can be visited only on special occasions or by special invitations.
The largest mosque in Marrakech. It took 76 years to be built (1120 - 1196) its architecture reflects very much the art of the Almohads- the Berber dynasty that built it. The minaret attached to the mosque is 77 meters (around 252 feet) high, It is the tallest building in the city. The mosque can take up to 20.000 people. .
This is a Royal cemetary in Marrakech, dating back to 16th century. Royal members are burried in this necropolis, which belongs to the dynasty called " The Saadians". Its intricate and beautiful decoration is a major point of attraction for its visitors. The whole complex is situated in "The Kasbah" - a fortified section within the Medina (Medina means the old part of the town).
It is an old 19th century palace (1866- 1900) which is 8 hectares big, including beautiful gardens. It is one of the famous sites in Morocco and can be seen as a jewel of Moroccan architecture. It was ruled by the Grand vizir and the regent Ahmed Ben Moussa, who had 4 legitimate wives and 24 concubines, with whom he had many children.
The palace is named after the most beautiful wife -"The Bahia".