Les stands du Race of Morocco WTCC

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The stands are located on the site of the WTCC Race of Morocco, they are built facing the street circuit, which has ran the race of the FIA WTCC since 2007.

Bab Agnaou

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Bab Agnaou is the gateway to the district of the Kasbah. One of the nicest, which originally had two towers have now disappeared, hence the name which means "door ram without horns." Built in the early twelfth century, it is decorated with different ...

Bab Ksiba

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Bab Ksiba is an ancient gate dating from the Almohads Dynasty. It gives direct access to the south of the Kasbah, where there were many royal palaces, it is also called Bab el Makhzen.

Bab Ighli

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Bab Ighli was once the main entrance of the medina of Marrakech. It takes its name from those who were responsible for monitoring its entry, this door leads to the road to the Ourika valley.

Bab Ahmar

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Bab Ahmar, the red door, is located near the Mellah, composed of four openings, two pedestrians and two reserved for vehicles, it is several meters wide.

Bab Berrima

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Bab Berrima is a small door near the Royal Palace.

Mellah

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Founded in 1558 by Moulay Abdallah, the Jewish quarter is designated as the Jewish quarter of Marrakech. At the time of religious wars in Spain, the Jewish refugees who fled the country, were offered this safety island by the Sultan. In return, they ...

Bab Aghmat

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Bab Aghmat is named after the ancient capital of Haouz, before the founding of Marrakech. It leads on the road to Ouarzazate, there is the potters' souk and large taxis towards Aït Ourir.

Bab Jdid

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The beautiful door of Bab Jdid provides access between the Medina and the Hivernage district, it is facing the Mamounia Hotel.

Bab Aylen

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Bab Aylen is a small door to the east of the medina, with great historical value, since it resisted the invasion of the Almohads in 1129.

Bab Ed Debbagh

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Bab Debbagh Ed is one of the doors leading to the tanners. Its outstanding feature is its architecture with five angles and corners.

Bab El Makhzen

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Bab El Makhzen, one of the 22 gates of the ramparts of the medina of Marrakech, means "the door of the Governor's Palace" and is named after the sultans and statesmen.

Fontaine Chrob ou Chouf

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Fountain Chrob or Chouf, is one of the most beautiful fountains in the Medina of Marrakech. It is made of carved cedar wood honeycomb, engraved calligraphy Andalusian zelliges polychrome, and roofed with green tiles. The fountain dates from the reign...

Bab Lakssour

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Bab Lakssour is a door that leads to the medina and souks through the beautiful Mouassine.

Place des Ferblantiers

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Located in the heart of the Mellah, this beautiful square is a nice stop to enjoy the work of talented artisans who work with glass and metal to create lamps, there are also other shops and a few eateries in the area.

Bab Doukkala

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Bab Doukkala is an ancient door that dates back to the time of the Almoravids in the late thirteenth century.

Bab Nkob

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Bab Nkob is an ancient door built during the French protectorate, It separates and unifies the old and the new city.

Fontaine Mouassine

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The Fountain Mouassine was built in 1570 by Moulay Abdallah Saadien, made of stucco and carved cedar, it is a much admired historical monument, representing the past and the generations that followed. Tourists are not advised to drink its water.

Place des 7 saints

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The Place of seven saints in Bab Doukkala honors the seven owners of Marrakech, all buried in the city, who are important in the history and culture of the city. 7 rounds, accented with an olive tree, were built in 2005.

Tanners District

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The tanneries is isolated from the rest of the souks, in this part of the Medina you will discover new techniques of working with leather and explore the merchandise of the local tanners.

Bab El Khemis

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Bab El Khemis is one door north of the medina, a popular bazaar is held every week.

Place Rahba Ladima (place des epices)

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Rahba Ladima is in the middle of the souk and is filled with merchants selling straw hats, herbal remedies and cosmetics, Berber carpets and fruit vendors.

Bab Taghzout

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Bab Taghzout is now an old door in the center of the medina, the neighborhood of Sidi Bel Abbes is on the other side.

Place of 16 novembre

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Place16 November, the most popular of the new town, is the intersection of Avenue Hassan II and Mohammed V Avenue Nearby are many brand name shops and places to eat and drink.

Bab Rob

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Rob, meaning products made from grape fermentation including wine, Bab Rob was used to control smugglers entering the city.

Dar el Glaoui

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Dating back to the beginning of the 20th century, Dar el Glaoui, the former home of the Pacha of Marrakesh, is an architectural jewel comprised of several beautiful and treed patios, all in a typical local decor, perfectly recording the richness of t...

Bab Atlas Roundabout

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The Bab Atlas Roundabout is the intersection between the Route de Fes and the last turnoff to the Route de Ouarzazate, before crossing the Ourika River.