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Majorelle Gardens, Marrakech, visit




A profusion of plants.

One of the charms of Marrakech lies in its public gardens such as the Menara and private Majorelle garden. It owes its name to the painter Jacques Majorelle, a plant collector who moved to Marrakech in 1923 to plant a resplendent subtropical garden open to the public in 1947.

Acquired in 1980 by Yves Saint Laurent, it houses the Museum of Islamic Art.
Visitors will be enthralled to find such a profusion of plants and plant species including cypress, bougainvillea, philodendron, cacti and many more.



Address

Majorelle Garden
rue Yves-Saint-Laurent
40000 - Marrakech


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