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Seen in Marrakech

By Astridtemplier @AstridTemplier

Early October I was invited to a friends’ wedding in Marrakech, which was the perfect chance to discover the city for the first time. Obviously, I didn’t have that much liberty to explore the city in real depth, but I feel that if you use your time wisely you can actually get quite a lot out of your visit.

What probably charmed me the most was the Majorelle Garden surrounding Yves Saint Laurent’s house, now turned into a museum. The amount and variety of plants, cactus and flowers, along with the fountains and the famous deep blue used throughout the park made for an amazing garden of Eden. Obviously, the Medina was full of the charms and wonders typical of Morocco. Shops, craftsmen, narrow streets, mosques and such a crowd!! I am also glad I came across the medersa Ben Youssef whose architecture is a true splendor. All in all, a short and sweet city break.

Seen in Marrakech

Seen in Marrakech

Seen in Marrakech

Seen in Marrakech

Seen in Marrakech

Seen in Marrakech

Seen in Marrakech

Seen in Marrakech

Seen in Marrakech

Seen in Marrakech

Seen in Marrakech

Seen in Marrakech

Seen in Marrakech

Seen in Marrakech

Seen in Marrakech

Seen in Marrakech

Seen in Marrakech

Seen in Marrakech

Seen in Marrakech

Seen in Marrakech

Seen in Marrakech


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