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Majorelle garden by Yves saint Laurent

The Majorelle Garden in Marrakech is one of the most visited places in Morocco. It took forty years for the French painter Jacques Majorelle (1886-1962) to create, with passion, this enchanting place, today in the heart of the red city.

In its shaded alleys, you can stroll among exotic trees and plants whose origin makes you dream, along water paths with a refreshing murmur and pools filled with water lilies and lotus trees; you can hear in the air, with its sweet fragrances here and there, the rustle of the leaves and the chirping of the many birds that have come to take refuge there, you can stop there, at the bend of a path, in front of a building with Moorish charm or in the Art Deco style, surprisingly painted with very bright primary colours dominated by the intense blue seen in the Atlas by the artist. One is soothed and bewitched by the harmony of this lush and lively painting where the senses are delicately stimulated to offer a magical walk, outside the lively yet so close city, within the enclosure protected by high earth walls, out of time