The Majorelle Garden in Marrakech is one of the most visited places in Morocco. It took forty years to the French painter Jacques Majorelle (1886-1962) to create with passion, this enchanting place, at the heart of the red city.
In shady paths, there wanders amongst trees and exotic plants whose origin is a dream, there runs along the water paths and refreshing murmur filled with water lilies and lotus ponds; we hear in the air the fragrance here and there sweet rustling leaves and the chirping of many birds from refuge there, it stops there, to turn a corner, before a building in Moorish charm or Art Deco style, surprisingly painted in very bright primary colors dominated by the intense blue seen in the Atlas by the artist.
It is peaceful and there bewitched by the harmony of this lush and vivid where the senses are gently asked to provide a magical walk out of the bustling city yet so close in the enclosure protected by high mud walls, out time.
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