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Welcome to Marrakech
Daughter of the Desert
Rudyard Kipling once wrote that “the first condition of understanding a foreign country is to smell it.” Nowhere is that more true than in Marrakech...
Vintage Moroccan Teapots
Hand-hammered by artisans, tea pots in Marrakech always have a long, curved spout to carefully pour sweet Maghrebi mint tea from high above.
Facing north in Djemaa El Fna square, the legends of Marrakech are told in the alleyways and stalls of the ancient souk twisting before you.
Bread is cooked in communal ovens in Marrakech & every morning women & children carry the dough to the local ferrane to be baked.
Hand-Carved Cedar Chest
Bought in the carpenter's souk, the geometric motifs of this chest are thought to represent eternity and ward off evil spirits.
Bab El Khemis
Outside Marrakech's Souk
Once the spot to buy camels and mules, today the local flea market sells everything from tagine pots to old radios and ancient riad doors.