Marrakesh – Jemaa El Fna

Marrakesh, the famed Red City of Morocco. ⴰⵎⵓⵔⴰⴽⵓⵛ (Berber) meaning The city of G-d was an imperial capitol of Morocco. The city boasts the world’s largest market place – Jemaa El-Fna. The market place here is truly an experience any traveler must come to see for themselves.

Koutubia Minaret - the remnant of a mosque that was destroyed due to it being incorrectly directed to the Mecca.

Koutubia Minaret – the remnant of a mosque that was destroyed due to it being incorrectly directed to the Mecca.

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The carpet souks here can get you a handmade Berber rug for a very reasonable price - if you bargain.

The carpet souks here can get you a handmade Berber rug for a very reasonable price – if you bargain.

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I am going to guess that when Ali Baba discovered the cave of the 40 thieves, it might look something like this.

I am going to guess that when Ali Baba discovered the cave of the 40 thieves, it might look something like this.

The city had a large Jewish population at one point. Today is no longer the case. But everywhere you go, there are remnants testifying the Jewish past of this city.

The city had a large Jewish population at one point. Today is no longer the case. But everywhere you go, there are remnants testifying the Jewish past of this city.

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