Majorelle Garden

French painter Jacques Majorelle spent nearly 40 years building the Majorelle Garden, which is now considered one of the most popular tourist attractions in Marrakech, and includes quiet rivers, small paths, and more than 300 types of amazing plants, and is a favorite destination for people who love calm.

Bahia Palace

Al Bahia Palace was built as a residence for the Grand Minister Bou Ahmed, who worked in the service of Sultan Hassan I Bin Muhammad, in the late nineteenth century, and the interior decoration includes painted ceilings, ceramic tiles, and wrought iron decorations, which reflect the luxurious lifestyle of people who lived in Favoring the Sultan at that time, the inner courtyard of the palace includes many plants, citrus trees, and others, and the large marble courtyard and luxurious salons in the Haram area are among the most important tourist attractions in it.

The Tomb of the Saadians

Sultan Ahmed Al-Mansour, from the Saadiyya dynasty that took over most of southern Morocco during the period from the sixteenth century to the early seventeenth century, established the Saadian tomb for him and his family in the late sixteenth century, which is located in the city center, and now includes more than 60 members of the dynasty Buried there, and one of the rival rulers of the Sa’dis closed these cemeteries to try to destroy their legacy in the seventeenth century, until they were discovered again in 1917 AD, and they were restored along with decorating them with wood carvings, intricate mosaics, elaborate stucco works, and the shrine is now surrounded by a garden beautiful and It opens its doors to visitors daily.

Dar El-Said Museum

The Dar El Si Said Museum, or as it is known as the Museum of Moroccan Arts, reflects Moroccan or Berber art, and it is located inside the palace of the brother of the former senior minister Bou Ahmed, and it includes mosaic Zilij, in addition to many complex plaster works, and the wedding reception room is one of the most prominent attractions Tourist in the museum, thanks to its decorated ceiling, domes, and the surrounding music halls. The museum rooms also contain many art and crafts from all parts of the country, such as: Berber jewelry, Tuareg jewelry, ceramics, traditional costumes, and weapons.

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