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KOUTOUBIA MOSQUE Koutoubia mosque exists in Marakech. It is considered among others a more fascinating mosque in the Islamic heritage. Its height is believed to surpass 69 m and higher than Giralda of Seville in Spain. Its lateral length exceeds 12.8 m as many people attest to that. Its interior is planned as follows: five rooms are found there. The Almohad style is followed in its building.  It seems to an eye witness that the tower from the outside is beatified with four globes. EL BAHIA PALACE it is a facsinating building and an epitome of  local Architecture of  the 19th century.  Bahia Palace embodies criteria of the well-off people. It was built for Ahmed Ibn Moussa built it during 1894 and 1900 adhering Alawi way. It was common then. The palace was been built for seven years. The public gate accessed by public was the sultan’s the council chamber and the central courtyard as a the centre of meetings or gatherings in the palace. THE SAADIAN TOMBS The Saadian Tombs are historical and anthropological settings for Moroccans and historians. They exist in Marrakech. They date back to their era of ruling and sovereignty. Because of extensive field work studies, they have become known in 1917. Therefore, Beaux-arts service preserved them. So, they have been a major attraction for visitors of Marrakech. Their refined beauty and architectural symbolism are believed to be a priceless architecture. MENARA GARDENS Menara Gardens or Menara is a great place full of water. An area covers 250 acres with olive trees. They are engulfing a very big lake.  This latter dates back to the 12th C.  The source of its water is from a series of watering channels. The snow coveres peaks behind Saadian pavilion. With this fantastic view, a breathtaking site is caught with the golden rays of the sunset. THE MAJORELLE GARDEN The Majorelle garden is named so, because it is a garden estate designed by Jacque Majorelle, the French expatriate artist who was born in Nancy France in 1886, and preserved by Saint Laurent. It is full of beautiful cross and walking paths and plants.  On this way, shops are buying hand-made goods. Prior to this, it was named the Jardin Bou Saf. DJEMAA EL FNA It is a meeting point for peasants and farmers and workers from the Sous region.  the Atlas and the South  people have become the backbone of city. In the mornings Djemaa EL FNA used to be crowded with fruit and spice sellers unlike today. This group of people with their leather water bottles was moving to and from Marrakech. Unlike mornings, other groups of people like Gnaoua dancers, musicians, and entertainers in general continue the hustle and bustle of the exciting and noisy place.

Included Elements:

  • Transportation using 4×4 vehicles with A/C and fuel .
  •  Driver Guide .

Not Included:

  •  Drinks at meals.
  •  Entrance fees.
  •  Tips and personal expenses

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