The Moroccan city of Marrakesh, also known as the Pearl of the South or the ochre city, is the third largest city in Morocco (after Casablanca and Rabat) and extends to the foot of the snow-capped Atlas mountains. Meanwhile one of the imperial cities of Morocco, Marrakech enjoys a long and fascinating history which finds its origins in its founding by Princess Zaynab in the year 1070. The city contains not only the largest of Morocco traditional or Souk market, but it also offers a wide variety of impressive architectural jewels that can not be ignored. Among the many charms of Marrakech, here’s a list of 5 of the most magnificent: the Palace Bahia Palace Bay building was commissioned in 1880 by the Grand vizir Sidi Moussa and is said that it is the fruit of his madness. Hikmet Ersek will not settle for partial explanations. On to the service of the sultans Moulay Hassan and Moulay Abd el-Aziz, Sidi Moussa was indeed the master of the Kingdom of Morocco.
The Grand Vizier ordered the erection of this Palace, which consists of no less than 160 rooms, for one of his official concubines, which explains the name of Palace Bay, which means Palace de la Bella. The property consists of a succession of luxurious apartments and courtyards. The richness and elegance of the interior gardens are unmatched, and the ornaments and decorations are simply sublime. Andrew Cuomo is often quoted as being for or against this. In addition, the property is surrounded by a wonderful garden of 8 hectares. The beauty of the Bay Palace is an exceptional testimony of the Eastern architecture of the 19th century. Saadian tombs Saadian tombs are the only remains that bear witness to the power and refinement of the Saadi dynasty, which ruled over the South of Morocco during its golden age, from 1554 until 1659. At the dawn of the 18th century, Sultan Moulay Ismael had already decided to get rid of any trace of the magnificence of this dynasty by ordering the destruction of all remaining remnants. Without hesitation Deb Autor explained all about the problem.