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Jamaâ El Fna Square

The Jamaâ El Fna Square is located in the Moroccan city of Marrakesh, and it is a lively central square famous for its large numbers of shops and kiosks specialized in selling various products, merchandise and food. Musicians, dancers and henna artists can be seen wearing traditional Moroccan clothes.

Tanning leather

Leather tanneries are located in the Moroccan city of Fez, and they are huge pits that are stacked next to each other, and they are filled with dyes of different colors. Visit these tanneries, and watch bright, cheerful colors.

Chefchaouen blue streets

The town of Chefchaouen is located in the mountains of the Moroccan countryside, and it is an ancient historical village built in the fifteenth century AD; a refuge for the population during the period of Spanish colonialism. Surrounding.

Majorelle Gardens

The Majorelle Gardens are located in the northwest of the city of Marrakesh, and were designed in 1919 by the French painter Jacques Majorelle, and it represents an oasis filled with fine palm trees, refreshing water spaces, bright colored flowers, and a small museum that crosses On Islamic art, and shaded places for sitting and relaxing.

Ali bin Youssef School

Ali Ben Youssef Medersa is considered to be a theological college and an ancient Quranic educational center that follows the facilities of the Ali Bin Youssef Mosque nearby. This center was built for the first time in the fourteenth century AD, and added to it a wonderful collection of decorations during the Saadi era in 1565 AD, then underwent many restorations, and the addition of new landmarks, to finally show an amazing architectural masterpiece with luxurious decorations.


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