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Voyage au Maroc

El Badii Palace

It is to celebrate his victory in the Battle of the Three Kings that the Saadian Sultan Ahmed el Mansour Ad-dahbi requested in 1578 the construction of the El Badii

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The Bahia Palace

Located in Marrakech, the Bahia Palace is steeped in history. The Bahia Palace (the beautiful or brilliant) was named after the courtesan of Ba Ahmed. At first it was built

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Jemaa El Fna Square

Jemaa El Fna is a unique square in Morocco. Probably in the whole world. In 2001, Jemaa El Fna was distinguished by UNESCO as oral and intangible heritage of humanity,

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The Majorelle Garden

A small paradise, the Majorelle garden bears the name of its creator, Jacques Majorelle. A French painter, he moved to Marrakech in 1919 to pursue his career. Son of the

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Morocco

Population: More than 30 million people, divided among Arabs, Berbers, and Moors. Language: Arabic, Berber, and often French and Spanish. Main cities: Rabat (capital), Fez, Agadir, Casablanca, Tangier, Marrakech, Essaouira,

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