Marrakech's new arts scene in the funky old medina The Guardian It's just another sunny Saturday morning in the cool, green oasis that is Le Jardin (lejardin.ma), a lively riad cafe in the heart of the Marrakech medina and the social...
The minbar—the word has come into English as mimbar—developed from the raised seat used by judges in pre-Islamic times, and it is the only common feature of the modern mosque that was used by the Prophet Muhammad himself, who addressed his...
Earlier this year, Spanish artist Remed recently spent a month in North Africa doing a residency with David Bloch Gallery in Marrakech. The residency resulted in an amazing exhibition of new paintings and sculptural works.
This amazing work created by a residency in Marrakech by a very talented artist is a new illustration of the importance taken by the David Bloch Gallery on the local Art scene.
International art collective Agents of Change recently opened a group showing at David Bloch Gallery in Marrakech. Entitled Unfolding, the showing brought together Steve More, Derm, Carlos Mare, LX One, Remi Rough andJaybo.
The David Bloch Gallery has become the leading actor of the Marrakech contemporary arts scene.
Clad in Dolce & Gabbana's summer prints, Hermès' vitaminic colors, Emporio Armani's luxury knits, Givenchy's updated safari jackets and many more fashionable designs, the blond British model is styled by Gioele Panedda ...
Luxury Travel Magazine Learn About Moroccan Cuisine at Dar Darma, Marrakech Luxury Travel Magazine Gourmets and anyone who wants to get to know the Moroccan culinary scene will be pleased to hear that guests at Dar Darma riad in Marrakesh can find...
The Business of Fashion In North Africa, a Story of Morocco and the Rest The Business of Fashion “By the time the first issue of L'Officiel Maroc hit the newsstands, many luxury brands were already represented in multi-brand stores and fast-fashion...
Through its artistic director Alya Sebti, a curator specialized in contemporary art from North Africa, the official programme of the Marrakech Biennale will be curated by Hicham Khalidi (visual arts), Khalid Tamer (performing arts), Bouchra...
The Kutubiyya minbar was probably built in the same workshop that made the famous Córdoba one, for a newly deciphered inscription on its left side states that it was ordered in Córdoba on the first day of Muharram 532 AH (September 19, 1137) for the congregational mosque in Marrakech. Thus it was most probably ordered by the ruling Almoravid sultan, 'Ali ibn Yusuf, son and successor of the Berber amir Yusuf ibn Tashufin, whose long, 36-year reign is generally regarded as one of the most brilliant in the history of the Muslim West.
Completly renovated, the Kutubiyya minbar is now exposed in the premises of the el Badii Palace.
Imlil is a small village located in the Atlas Mountains in the Kingdom of Morocco. It is one of the Berber villages along the way, and it lays about 1,700 meters above sea level, thus making it the center of the mountain tourism in Morocco. Imlil relies mainly on terraced agriculture and the brownish Berber villages make a harsh and beautiful contrast to the green terraces.
HuffPost Travel sought out 10 of the world's most beautiful gardens, from Arizona to Marrakech, that should be added to every traveler's bucket list. The oases of serenity are the perfect destinations for relaxing travel, renowned for their natural beauty, abundant flora and walking trails.
The garden is also ranked among The Telegraph's "50 Most Beautiful Gardens in the World".
It is located on the road to Tamesloht (20 km from Marrakech) not far from Lake Takerkoust. While the work of the resort has just started, the Jnan Amar Polo Marrakech has already hosted its first gala Polo Challenge in April.