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Portrait of Touda, a rose farmer from Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades Valley - known as the 'valley of roses' - Southern Morocco, 2016-05-14. Touda has Amazigh tribal facial tattoo markings, a tradition which is slowly disappearing in Morocco. When the roses begin to bloom and the picking season begins, people from all around the region secure work harvesting the flowers in the fields. Pickers who do not own their own land and need work during the harvesting season can expect to be paid 13-15dh for each kilo of roses and it is possible to earn 100dh in a day, if few breaks are taken. The picking season lasts for around 3 weeks and while the roses are in full bloom the entire valley of Kelaat Mgouna quite literally 'smells of roses.' Stepping down into the rose valley, only a short walk from the main roadside, feels like a different world to the nearby festival celebrations in the town centre. No noise or pollution from traffic, only birdsong and a gentle calmness in the air as the day breaks and the locals peacefully go about their work.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Zahra, member at Association Feminine du Dades, shows a group of tourists around the small womans cooperative which produces distilled rose water using the rose flowers farmed in Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades Valley - 'valley of roses' - Southern Morocco, 2016-05-14. The Association Feminine du Dades is a small womens co-operative located inside the rose valley of Kelaat Mgouna and works to help local woman in the region find employment as well as create sustainable and ethical trade for rose farmers and pickers in the region. Here Zahra, a member of Association Feminine du Dades, shows a group of tourists around the distillery and talks them through the process of how to make rose water. Using the rose water they produce through distillation, local co-operatives are able to make cosmetic product ranges to sell to shops across Morocco and also sell bottles of good quality water for culinary & cosmetic use.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Close up of rose farmer Touda's henna stained hands, Kelaat M'Gouna, Southern Morocco, 2016-05-14. Roses are mainly farmed in the Dades Valley to produce and sell rose water, a bi-product of?making rose oil through the distillation of pure, fresh rose petals. High in vitamin E, rose water is popular in Morocco and internationally for both its cosmetic and culinary use. The rose season and harvest is so important to the Dades region that a special festival celebration is held each year in Kelaat Mgouna - a small town in the Dades region which is named the valley of roses.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01258146_0015 RED
Rose farmer harvests rose flowers in Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades Valley - known as the 'valley of roses' - Southern Morocco, 2016-05-14. When the roses begin to bloom and the picking season begins, people from all around the region secure work harvesting the flowers in the fields. Pickers who do not own their own land and need work during the harvesting season can expect to be paid 13-15dh for each kilo of roses and it is possible to earn 100dh in a day, if few breaks are taken. The picking season lasts for around 3 weeks and while the roses are in full bloom the entire valley of Kelaat Mgouna quite literally 'smells of roses.' Stepping down into the rose valley, only a short walk from the main roadside, feels like a different world to the nearby festival celebrations in the town centre. No noise or pollution from traffic, only birdsong and a gentle calmness in the air as the day breaks and the locals peacefully go about their work.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01258146_0016 RED
Roses are mainly farmed in the Dades Valley to produce and sell rose water, a bi-product of?making rose oil through the distillation of pure, fresh rose petals. High in vitamin E, rose water is popular in Morocco and internationally for both its cosmetic and culinary use. The rose season and harvest is so important to the Dades region that a special festival celebration is held each year in Kelaat Mgouna - a small town in the Dades region which is named the valley of roses.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01258146_0017 RED
Rose farmer harvests rose flowers in Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades Valley - known as the 'valley of roses' - Southern Morocco, 2016-05-14. When the roses begin to bloom and the picking season begins, people from all around the region secure work harvesting the flowers in the fields. Pickers who do not own their own land and need work during the harvesting season can expect to be paid 13-15dh for each kilo of roses and it is possible to earn 100dh in a day, if few breaks are taken. The picking season lasts for around 3 weeks and while the roses are in full bloom the entire valley of Kelaat Mgouna quite literally 'smells of roses.' Stepping down into the rose valley, only a short walk from the main roadside, feels like a different world to the nearby festival celebrations in the town centre. No noise or pollution from traffic, only birdsong and a gentle calmness in the air as the day breaks and the locals peacefully go about their work.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01258146_0019 RED
Roses are mainly farmed in the Dades Valley to produce and sell rose water, a bi-product of?making rose oil through the distillation of pure, fresh rose petals. High in vitamin E, rose water is popular in Morocco and internationally for both its cosmetic and culinary use. The rose season and harvest is so important to the Dades region that a special festival celebration is held each year in Kelaat Mgouna - a small town in the Dades region which is named the valley of roses.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01258146_0020 RED
Portrait of a rose farmer harvesting rose flowers in Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades Valley - known as the 'valley of roses' - Southern Morocco, 2016-05-14. When the roses begin to bloom and the picking season begins, people from all around the region secure work harvesting the flowers in the fields. Pickers who do not own their own land and need work during the harvesting season can expect to be paid 13-15dh for each kilo of roses and it is possible to earn 100dh in a day, if few breaks are taken. The picking season lasts for around 3 weeks and while the roses are in full bloom the entire valley of Kelaat Mgouna quite literally 'smells of roses.' Stepping down into the rose valley, only a short walk from the main roadside, feels like a different world to the nearby festival celebrations in the town centre. No noise or pollution from traffic, only birdsong and a gentle calmness in the air as the day breaks and the locals peacefully go about their work.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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After picking for a few hours, the farmers take their harvest to be weighed at a local scale. The weighing scales are often located besides small boutique shops inside the villages, with communal water drinking cups for the workers to take a break. While some flowers will be dried for sale as decorative items and added to dried fragrant perfume mixes and teas, the main bulk of the harvest are used to make rose water and rose oil. High in essential vitamins like vitamin E, A, & B3, as well as being rich in anti-oxidants, flavonoids and tannins, rose water is thought to have have many natural healing properties and is mainly known for its benefits to skin care.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01258146_0022 RED
After picking for a few hours, the farmers take their harvest to be weighed at a local scale. The weighing scales are often located besides small boutique shops inside the villages, with communal water drinking cups for the workers to take a break. While some flowers will be dried for sale as decorative items and added to dried fragrant perfume mixes and teas, the main bulk of the harvest are used to make rose water and rose oil. High in essential vitamins like vitamin E, A, & B3, as well as being rich in anti-oxidants, flavonoids and tannins, rose water is thought to have have many natural healing properties and is mainly known for its benefits to skin care.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01258146_0023 RED
Portrait of a rose flower picker weighing their days crop at an old, traditional weighing scales next door to a shop nearby to the rose fields in Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades Valley - known as the 'valley of roses' - Southern Morocco, 2016-05-14. The farmers take their harvest to be weighed at a local scale. The weighing scales are often located besides small boutique shops inside the villages, with communal water drinking cups for the workers to take a break. While some flowers will be dried for sale as decorative items and added to dried fragrant perfume mixes and teas, the main bulk of the harvest are used to make rose water. High in essential vitamins like vitamin E, A, & B3, as well as being rich in anti-oxidants, flavonoids and tannins, rose water is thought to have have many natural healing properties and is mainly known for its benefits to skin care. When the roses begin to bloom and the picking season begins, people from all around the region secure work harvesting the flowers in the fields. Pickers who do not own their own land and need work during the harvesting season can expect to be paid 13-15dh for each kilo of roses and it is possible to earn 100dh in a day, if few breaks are taken. The picking season lasts for around 3 weeks and while the roses are in full bloom the entire valley of Kelaat Mgouna quite literally 'smells of roses.' Stepping down into the rose valley, only a short walk from the main roadside, feels like a different world to the nearby festival celebrations in the town centre. No noise or pollution from traffic, only birdsong and a gentle calmness in the air as the day breaks and the locals peacefully go about their work.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Wild spring time seasonal flowers growing in amongst the rose beds, Dades Valley - 'valley of roses' - Kelaat M'Gouna, Southern Morocco, 2016-05-14.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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A rose flower picker weighs their days yield at an old, traditional weighing scales next door to a shop nearby to the rose fields in Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades Valley - known as the 'valley of roses' - Southern Morocco, 2016-05-14. The farmers take their harvest to be weighed at a local scale. The weighing scales are often located besides small boutique shops inside the villages, with communal water drinking cups for the workers to take a break. While some flowers will be dried for sale as decorative items and added to dried fragrant perfume mixes and teas, the main bulk of the harvest are used to make rose water. High in essential vitamins like vitamin E, A, & B3, as well as being rich in anti-oxidants, flavonoids and tannins, rose water is thought to have have many natural healing properties and is mainly known for its benefits to skin care. When the roses begin to bloom and the picking season begins, people from all around the region secure work harvesting the flowers in the fields. Pickers who do not own their own land and need work during the harvesting season can expect to be paid 13-15dh for each kilo of roses and it is possible to earn 100dh in a day, if few breaks are taken. The picking season lasts for around 3 weeks and while the roses are in full bloom the entire valley of Kelaat Mgouna quite literally 'smells of roses.' Stepping down into the rose valley, only a short walk from the main roadside, feels like a different world to the nearby festival celebrations in the town centre. No noise or pollution from traffic, only birdsong and a gentle calmness in the air as the day breaks and the locals peacefully go about their work.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01258146_0026 RED
Portrait of a rose flower picker weighing their days crop at an old, traditional weighing scales next door to a shop nearby to the rose fields in Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades Valley - known as the 'valley of roses' - Southern Morocco, 2016-05-14. The farmers take their harvest to be weighed at a local scale. The weighing scales are often located besides small boutique shops inside the villages, with communal water drinking cups for the workers to take a break. While some flowers will be dried for sale as decorative items and added to dried fragrant perfume mixes and teas, the main bulk of the harvest are used to make rose water. High in essential vitamins like vitamin E, A, & B3, as well as being rich in anti-oxidants, flavonoids and tannins, rose water is thought to have have many natural healing properties and is mainly known for its benefits to skin care. When the roses begin to bloom and the picking season begins, people from all around the region secure work harvesting the flowers in the fields. Pickers who do not own their own land and need work during the harvesting season can expect to be paid 13-15dh for each kilo of roses and it is possible to earn 100dh in a day, if few breaks are taken. The picking season lasts for around 3 weeks and while the roses are in full bloom the entire valley of Kelaat Mgouna quite literally 'smells of roses.' Stepping down into the rose valley, only a short walk from the main roadside, feels like a different world to the nearby festival celebrations in the town centre. No noise or pollution from traffic, only birdsong and a gentle calmness in the air as the day breaks and the locals peacefully go about their work.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01258146_0027 RED
After picking for a few hours, the farmers take their harvest to be weighed at a local scale. The weighing scales are often located besides small boutique shops inside the villages, with communal water drinking cups for the workers to take a break. While some flowers will be dried for sale as decorative items and added to dried fragrant perfume mixes and teas, the main bulk of the harvest are used to make rose water and rose oil. High in essential vitamins like vitamin E, A, & B3, as well as being rich in anti-oxidants, flavonoids and tannins, rose water is thought to have have many natural healing properties and is mainly known for its benefits to skin care.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Sofia and her husband sort through the harvested rose flowers at their family home in Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades Valley - 'valley of roses' - Southern Morocco, 2016-05-14.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01258146_0029 RED
Portrait of Sofia, a rose farmer from Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades Valley - known as the 'valley of roses' - Southern Morocco, 2016-05-14. When the roses begin to bloom and the picking season begins, people from all around the region secure work harvesting the flowers in the fields. Pickers who do not own their own land and need work during the harvesting season can expect to be paid 13-15dh for each kilo of roses and it is possible to earn 100dh in a day, if few breaks are taken. The picking season lasts for around 3 weeks and while the roses are in full bloom the entire valley of Kelaat Mgouna quite literally 'smells of roses.' Stepping down into the rose valley, only a short walk from the main roadside, feels like a different world to the nearby festival celebrations in the town centre. No noise or pollution from traffic, only birdsong and a gentle calmness in the air as the day breaks and the locals peacefully go about their work.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Portrait of the family of rose farmers Sofia and Touda at their family home in Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades Valley - known as the 'valley of roses' - Southern Morocco, 2016-05-14.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Portrait of Touda, a rose farmer from Kelaat M'Gouna as she walks through an old derelict kasbah while on her way to the rose fields, Dades Valley - known as the 'valley of roses' - Southern Morocco, 2016-05-14. Touda has Amazigh tribal facial tattoo markings, a tradition which is slowly disappearing in Morocco. When the roses begin to bloom and the picking season begins, people from all around the region secure work harvesting the flowers in the fields. Pickers who do not own their own land and need work during the harvesting season can expect to be paid 13-15dh for each kilo of roses and it is possible to earn 100dh in a day, if few breaks are taken. The picking season lasts for around 3 weeks and while the roses are in full bloom the entire valley of Kelaat Mgouna quite literally 'smells of roses.' Stepping down into the rose valley, only a short walk from the main roadside, feels like a different world to the nearby festival celebrations in the town centre. No noise or pollution from traffic, only birdsong and a gentle calmness in the air as the day breaks and the locals peacefully go about their work.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01258146_0032 RED
Roses are mainly farmed in the Dades Valley to produce and sell rose water, a bi-product of?making rose oil through the distillation of pure, fresh rose petals. High in vitamin E, rose water is popular in Morocco and internationally for both its cosmetic and culinary use. The rose season and harvest is so important to the Dades region that a special festival celebration is held each year in Kelaat Mgouna - a small town in the Dades region which is named the valley of roses.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01258146_0033 RED
Roses are mainly farmed in the Dades Valley to produce and sell rose water, a bi-product of?making rose oil through the distillation of pure, fresh rose petals. High in vitamin E, rose water is popular in Morocco and internationally for both its cosmetic and culinary use. The rose season and harvest is so important to the Dades region that a special festival celebration is held each year in Kelaat Mgouna - a small town in the Dades region which is named the valley of roses.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01258146_0034 RED
Rose farmers walk through the paths leading through the rose fields in Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades Valley - known as the 'valley of roses' - Southern Morocco, 2016-05-14. When the roses begin to bloom and the picking season begins, people from all around the region secure work harvesting the flowers in the fields. Pickers who do not own their own land and need work during the harvesting season can expect to be paid 13-15dh for each kilo of roses and it is possible to earn 100dh in a day, if few breaks are taken. The picking season lasts for around 3 weeks and while the roses are in full bloom the entire valley of Kelaat Mgouna quite literally 'smells of roses.' Stepping down into the rose valley, only a short walk from the main roadside, feels like a different world to the nearby festival celebrations in the town centre. No noise or pollution from traffic, only birdsong and a gentle calmness in the air as the day breaks and the locals peacefully go about their work.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01258146_0035 RED
Roses are mainly farmed in the Dades Valley to produce and sell rose water, a bi-product of?making rose oil through the distillation of pure, fresh rose petals. High in vitamin E, rose water is popular in Morocco and internationally for both its cosmetic and culinary use. The rose season and harvest is so important to the Dades region that a special festival celebration is held each year in Kelaat Mgouna - a small town in the Dades region which is named the valley of roses.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01258146_0036 RED
Rose farmer harvests rose flowers in Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades Valley - known as the 'valley of roses' - Southern Morocco, 2016-05-14. When the roses begin to bloom and the picking season begins, people from all around the region secure work harvesting the flowers in the fields. Pickers who do not own their own land and need work during the harvesting season can expect to be paid 13-15dh for each kilo of roses and it is possible to earn 100dh in a day, if few breaks are taken. The picking season lasts for around 3 weeks and while the roses are in full bloom the entire valley of Kelaat Mgouna quite literally 'smells of roses.' Stepping down into the rose valley, only a short walk from the main roadside, feels like a different world to the nearby festival celebrations in the town centre. No noise or pollution from traffic, only birdsong and a gentle calmness in the air as the day breaks and the locals peacefully go about their work.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01258146_0037 RED
Rose farmer harvests rose flowers in Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades Valley - known as the 'valley of roses' - Southern Morocco, 2016-05-14. When the roses begin to bloom and the picking season begins, people from all around the region secure work harvesting the flowers in the fields. Pickers who do not own their own land and need work during the harvesting season can expect to be paid 13-15dh for each kilo of roses and it is possible to earn 100dh in a day, if few breaks are taken. The picking season lasts for around 3 weeks and while the roses are in full bloom the entire valley of Kelaat Mgouna quite literally 'smells of roses.' Stepping down into the rose valley, only a short walk from the main roadside, feels like a different world to the nearby festival celebrations in the town centre. No noise or pollution from traffic, only birdsong and a gentle calmness in the air as the day breaks and the locals peacefully go about their work.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01258146_0038 RED
Rose farmer harvests rose flowers in Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades Valley - known as the 'valley of roses' - Southern Morocco, 2016-05-14. When the roses begin to bloom and the picking season begins, people from all around the region secure work harvesting the flowers in the fields. Pickers who do not own their own land and need work during the harvesting season can expect to be paid 13-15dh for each kilo of roses and it is possible to earn 100dh in a day, if few breaks are taken. The picking season lasts for around 3 weeks and while the roses are in full bloom the entire valley of Kelaat Mgouna quite literally 'smells of roses.' Stepping down into the rose valley, only a short walk from the main roadside, feels like a different world to the nearby festival celebrations in the town centre. No noise or pollution from traffic, only birdsong and a gentle calmness in the air as the day breaks and the locals peacefully go about their work.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01258146_0039 RED
Roses are mainly farmed in the Dades Valley to produce and sell rose water, a bi-product of?making rose oil through the distillation of pure, fresh rose petals. High in vitamin E, rose water is popular in Morocco and internationally for both its cosmetic and culinary use. The rose season and harvest is so important to the Dades region that a special festival celebration is held each year in Kelaat Mgouna - a small town in the Dades region which is named the valley of roses.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01258146_0040 RED
Roses are mainly farmed in the Dades Valley to produce and sell rose water, a bi-product of?making rose oil through the distillation of pure, fresh rose petals. High in vitamin E, rose water is popular in Morocco and internationally for both its cosmetic and culinary use. The rose season and harvest is so important to the Dades region that a special festival celebration is held each year in Kelaat Mgouna - a small town in the Dades region which is named the valley of roses.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Rose farmer harvests rose flowers in Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades Valley - known as the 'valley of roses' - Southern Morocco, 2016-05-14. When the roses begin to bloom and the picking season begins, people from all around the region secure work harvesting the flowers in the fields. Pickers who do not own their own land and need work during the harvesting season can expect to be paid 13-15dh for each kilo of roses and it is possible to earn 100dh in a day, if few breaks are taken. The picking season lasts for around 3 weeks and while the roses are in full bloom the entire valley of Kelaat Mgouna quite literally 'smells of roses.' Stepping down into the rose valley, only a short walk from the main roadside, feels like a different world to the nearby festival celebrations in the town centre. No noise or pollution from traffic, only birdsong and a gentle calmness in the air as the day breaks and the locals peacefully go about their work.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Wild spring time seasonal flowers growing in amongst the rose beds, Dades Valley - 'valley of roses' - Kelaat M'Gouna, Southern Morocco, 2016-05-14.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Close up of rose farmer Touda's henna stained hands picking a rose flower, Kelaat M'Gouna, Southern Morocco, 2016-05-14. Roses are mainly farmed in the Dades Valley to produce and sell rose water, a bi-product of?making rose oil through the distillation of pure, fresh rose petals. High in vitamin E, rose water is popular in Morocco and internationally for both its cosmetic and culinary use. The rose season and harvest is so important to the Dades region that a special festival celebration is held each year in Kelaat Mgouna - a small town in the Dades region which is named the valley of roses.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Portrait of Sofia, a rose farmer from Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades Valley - known as the 'valley of roses' - Southern Morocco, 2016-05-14. When the roses begin to bloom and the picking season begins, people from all around the region secure work harvesting the flowers in the fields. Pickers who do not own their own land and need work during the harvesting season can expect to be paid 13-15dh for each kilo of roses and it is possible to earn 100dh in a day, if few breaks are taken. The picking season lasts for around 3 weeks and while the roses are in full bloom the entire valley of Kelaat Mgouna quite literally 'smells of roses.' Stepping down into the rose valley, only a short walk from the main roadside, feels like a different world to the nearby festival celebrations in the town centre. No noise or pollution from traffic, only birdsong and a gentle calmness in the air as the day breaks and the locals peacefully go about their work.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01258146_0045 RED
Portrait of Sofia, a rose farmer from Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades Valley - known as the 'valley of roses' - Southern Morocco, 2016-05-14. When the roses begin to bloom and the picking season begins, people from all around the region secure work harvesting the flowers in the fields. Pickers who do not own their own land and need work during the harvesting season can expect to be paid 13-15dh for each kilo of roses and it is possible to earn 100dh in a day, if few breaks are taken. The picking season lasts for around 3 weeks and while the roses are in full bloom the entire valley of Kelaat Mgouna quite literally 'smells of roses.' Stepping down into the rose valley, only a short walk from the main roadside, feels like a different world to the nearby festival celebrations in the town centre. No noise or pollution from traffic, only birdsong and a gentle calmness in the air as the day breaks and the locals peacefully go about their work.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01258146_0046 RED
Portrait of Sofia, a rose farmer from Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades Valley - known as the 'valley of roses' - Southern Morocco, 2016-05-14. When the roses begin to bloom and the picking season begins, people from all around the region secure work harvesting the flowers in the fields. Pickers who do not own their own land and need work during the harvesting season can expect to be paid 13-15dh for each kilo of roses and it is possible to earn 100dh in a day, if few breaks are taken. The picking season lasts for around 3 weeks and while the roses are in full bloom the entire valley of Kelaat Mgouna quite literally 'smells of roses.' Stepping down into the rose valley, only a short walk from the main roadside, feels like a different world to the nearby festival celebrations in the town centre. No noise or pollution from traffic, only birdsong and a gentle calmness in the air as the day breaks and the locals peacefully go about their work.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Portrait of a local rose cosmetics and culinary products shop owner, Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades Valley - 'valley of roses' - Southern Morocco, 2016-05-14. The towns of Kelaat M'Gouna and Boulmane Dades are located inside the Dades - or 'rose valley' - and are full of shops selling rose based cosmetic and culinary products.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Portrait of a local rose cosmetics and culinary products shop owner, Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades Valley - 'valley of roses' - Southern Morocco, 2016-05-14. The towns of Kelaat M'Gouna and Boulmane Dades are located inside the Dades - or 'rose valley' - and are full of shops selling rose based cosmetic and culinary products.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01258146_0049 RED
Portrait of a local rose cosmetics and culinary products shop owner, Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades Valley - 'valley of roses' - Southern Morocco, 2016-05-14. The towns of Kelaat M'Gouna and Boulmane Dades are located inside the Dades - or 'rose valley' - and are full of shops selling rose based cosmetic and culinary products.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Rose Water and Oil Cosmetic Beauty Products, Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades Valley - 'valley of roses' - Southern Morocco, 2016-05-14. The towns of Kelaat M'Gouna and Boulmane Dades are located inside the Dades - or 'rose valley' - and are full of shops selling rose based cosmetic and culinary products.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Members of the Association Feminine du Dades in Kelaat M'Gouna seperate rose petals from their flowers ready for distillation to produce rose water and oil, Dades Valley - 'valley of roses' - Southern Morocco, 2016-05-14. The Association Feminine du Dades is a small womens co-operative located inside the rose valley of Kelaat Mgouna and works to help local woman in the region find employment as well as create sustainable and ethical trade for rose farmers and pickers in the region. Using the rose water they produce through distillation, local co-operatives are able to make cosmetic product ranges to sell to shops across Morocco and also sell bottles of good quality water for culinary & cosmetic use.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01258146_0052 RED
Members of the Association Feminine du Dades in Kelaat M'Gouna seperate rose petals from their flowers ready for distillation to produce rose water and oil, Dades Valley - 'valley of roses' - Southern Morocco, 2016-05-14. The Association Feminine du Dades is a small womens co-operative located inside the rose valley of Kelaat Mgouna and works to help local woman in the region find employment as well as create sustainable and ethical trade for rose farmers and pickers in the region. Using the rose water they produce through distillation, local co-operatives are able to make cosmetic product ranges to sell to shops across Morocco and also sell bottles of good quality water for culinary & cosmetic use.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01258146_0053 RED
Portrait of Zahra, member at Association Feminine du Dades, a small womans cooperative which produces rose water using the local rose flower produce in Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades Valley - 'valley of roses' - Southern Morocco, 2016-05-14. The Association Feminine du Dades is a small womens co-operative located inside the rose valley of Kelaat Mgouna and works to help local woman in the region find employment as well as create sustainable and ethical trade for rose farmers and pickers in the region. Using the rose water they produce through distillation, local co-operatives are able to make cosmetic product ranges to sell to shops across Morocco and also sell bottles of good quality water for culinary & cosmetic use.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01258146_0054 RED
Zahra, member at Association Feminine du Dades, shows a group of tourists around the small womans cooperative which produces distilled rose water using the rose flowers farmed in Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades Valley - 'valley of roses' - Southern Morocco, 2016-05-14. The Association Feminine du Dades is a small womens co-operative located inside the rose valley of Kelaat Mgouna and works to help local woman in the region find employment as well as create sustainable and ethical trade for rose farmers and pickers in the region. Here Zahra, a member of Association Feminine du Dades, shows a group of tourists around the distillery and talks them through the process of how to make rose water. Using the rose water they produce through distillation, local co-operatives are able to make cosmetic product ranges to sell to shops across Morocco and also sell bottles of good quality water for culinary & cosmetic use.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Rose farmers Sofia and Touda take a break at an old derelict kasbah nearby to the rose fields, Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades Valley - known as the 'valley of roses' - Southern Morocco, 2016-05-14.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Rose farmers walk through the paths leading through the rose fields in Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades Valley - known as the 'valley of roses' - Southern Morocco, 2016-05-14. When the roses begin to bloom and the picking season begins, people from all around the region secure work harvesting the flowers in the fields. Pickers who do not own their own land and need work during the harvesting season can expect to be paid 13-15dh for each kilo of roses and it is possible to earn 100dh in a day, if few breaks are taken. The picking season lasts for around 3 weeks and while the roses are in full bloom the entire valley of Kelaat Mgouna quite literally 'smells of roses.' Stepping down into the rose valley, only a short walk from the main roadside, feels like a different world to the nearby festival celebrations in the town centre. No noise or pollution from traffic, only birdsong and a gentle calmness in the air as the day breaks and the locals peacefully go about their work.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Roses are mainly farmed in the Dades Valley to produce and sell rose water, a bi-product of?making rose oil through the distillation of pure, fresh rose petals. High in vitamin E, rose water is popular in Morocco and internationally for both its cosmetic and culinary use. The rose season and harvest is so important to the Dades region that a special festival celebration is held each year in Kelaat Mgouna - a small town in the Dades region which is named the valley of roses.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Dades Gorge 'Monkey Finger' wall formation, Dades Valley, Southern Morocco 2016-05-13. The 'Monkey Fingers' are an unusal and spectacular formation of prehistoric rock within the Dades Gorge walls. There are many spectular trekking routes through the gorge throughout the Dades Valley.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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A small mountain village beyond the Dades Gorge en route to Msemrir, Dades Valley, Tinghir Province of Southern Morocco 2016-05-13. The road leads out to Msemrir after the gorge, past small villages built up alongside the Oued Dades (Dades River). The river runs through the Dades valley and brings life to the region, forming lush green oasis inside the valleys and gorges. Water is so treasured here that famers are allocated an annual share by leaders of local tribes and ancient irrigation systems mean they survive by cultivating produce as seasonally and efficiently as possible using what rain each year brings. Figs, walnuts, almonds, apples and various vegetables are all farmed in the region, but the most special harvest for the Dades region is the rose season.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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The winding, meandering mountain road is famous for driving and runs inside the Dades Gorge and through the Dades Valley like a river, Southern Morocco 2016-05-13. This main road known as being the 'road of a thousand kasbahs' stretches from Ouarzazate to Tinghir, curving it's way through gorges and stunning arid landscapes which are naturally eroded by the winds from the Sahara desert. The region offers stunning trekking, hiking, driving and cyclying routes throughout the gorge, oasis palmeries which are built alongside the Oued Dades (Dades river) and the crumbling derelict kasbahs.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Traditionally decorated Moroccan fantasia horse, Kelaat M'Gouna rose festival, Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades and Tinghir Province of Southern Morocco, 2016-05-13. Fantasia is a horse riding performance based tradition which displays the skilled horsemanship of riders from different regions of Morocco at cultural festivals (known as a 'Moussem' in Moroccan Darija) and important weddings. A fantasia is referred to by locals as being "Lab el Baroud" ("the gunpowder play") and involves the horse riders charging in a perfect line and firing one round using a musket rifle into air at exactly the same time so only one single shot is heard by the audience.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Horse riders from across Morocco perform at the 2016 Kelaat M'Gouna rose festival fantasia event, Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades and Tinghir Province of Southern Morocco, 2016-05-13. Fantasia is a horse riding performance based tradition which displays the skilled horsemanship of riders from different regions of Morocco at cultural festivals (known as a 'Moussem' in Moroccan Darija) and important weddings. A fantasia is referred to by locals as being "Lab el Baroud" ("the gunpowder play") and involves the horse riders charging in a perfect line and firing one round using a musket rifle into air at exactly the same time so only one single shot is heard by the audience.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Horse riders from across Morocco perform at the 2016 Kelaat M'Gouna rose festival fantasia event, Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades and Tinghir Province of Southern Morocco, 2016-05-13. Fantasia is a horse riding performance based tradition which displays the skilled horsemanship of riders from different regions of Morocco at cultural festivals (known as a 'Moussem' in Moroccan Darija) and important weddings. A fantasia is referred to by locals as being "Lab el Baroud" ("the gunpowder play") and involves the horse riders charging in a perfect line and firing one round using a musket rifle into air at exactly the same time so only one single shot is heard by the audience.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Horse riders from across Morocco perform at the 2016 Kelaat M'Gouna rose festival fantasia event, Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades and Tinghir Province of Southern Morocco, 2016-05-13. Fantasia is a horse riding performance based tradition which displays the skilled horsemanship of riders from different regions of Morocco at cultural festivals (known as a 'Moussem' in Moroccan Darija) and important weddings. A fantasia is referred to by locals as being "Lab el Baroud" ("the gunpowder play") and involves the horse riders charging in a perfect line and firing one round using a musket rifle into air at exactly the same time so only one single shot is heard by the audience.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Horse riders from across Morocco perform at the 2016 Kelaat M'Gouna rose festival fantasia event, Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades and Tinghir Province of Southern Morocco, 2016-05-13. Fantasia is a horse riding performance based tradition which displays the skilled horsemanship of riders from different regions of Morocco at cultural festivals (known as a 'Moussem' in Moroccan Darija) and important weddings. A fantasia is referred to by locals as being "Lab el Baroud" ("the gunpowder play") and involves the horse riders charging in a perfect line and firing one round using a musket rifle into air at exactly the same time so only one single shot is heard by the audience.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Horse riders from across Morocco perform at the 2016 Kelaat M'Gouna rose festival fantasia event, Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades and Tinghir Province of Southern Morocco, 2016-05-13. Fantasia is a horse riding performance based tradition which displays the skilled horsemanship of riders from different regions of Morocco at cultural festivals (known as a 'Moussem' in Moroccan Darija) and important weddings. A fantasia is referred to by locals as being "Lab el Baroud" ("the gunpowder play") and involves the horse riders charging in a perfect line and firing one round using a musket rifle into air at exactly the same time so only one single shot is heard by the audience.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Horse riders from across Morocco perform at the 2016 Kelaat M'Gouna rose festival fantasia event, Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades and Tinghir Province of Southern Morocco, 2016-05-13. Fantasia is a horse riding performance based tradition which displays the skilled horsemanship of riders from different regions of Morocco at cultural festivals (known as a 'Moussem' in Moroccan Darija) and important weddings. A fantasia is referred to by locals as being "Lab el Baroud" ("the gunpowder play") and involves the horse riders charging in a perfect line and firing one round using a musket rifle into air at exactly the same time so only one single shot is heard by the audience.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Portrait of a horse rider jockey at the 2016 Kelaat M'Gouna rose festival fantasia event, Kelaat M'Gouna, Dades and Tinghir Province of Southern Morocco, 2016-05-13. Fantasia is a horse riding performance based tradition which displays the skilled horsemanship of riders from different regions of Morocco at cultural festivals (known as a 'Moussem' in Moroccan Darija) and important weddings. A fantasia is referred to by locals as being "Lab el Baroud" ("the gunpowder play") and involves the horse riders charging in a perfect line and firing one round using an old musket rifle into air at exactly the same time so only one single shot is heard by the audience.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Derelict Moroccan kasbah architecture nearby to the rose fields inside the 'valley of roses,' Kelaat M'Gouna, Southern Morocco 2016-05-13. This main road through the Dades Valley is known as being the 'road of a thousand kasbahs,' stretching from Ouarzazate to Tinghir, curving it's way through gorges and stunning arid landscapes which are naturally eroded by the winds from the Sahara desert. The region offers stunning trekking, hiking, driving and cyclying routes throughout the gorge, oasis palmeries which are built alongside the Oued Dades (Dades river) and the crumbling derelict kasbahs.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Dades Gorge 'Monkey Finger' wall formation, Dades Valley, Southern Morocco 2016-05-13. The 'Monkey Fingers' are an unusal and spectacular formation of prehistoric rock within the Dades Gorge walls. There are many spectular trekking routes through the gorge throughout the Dades Valley.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Tourists admire the Dades Gorge 'Monkey Finger' rock formations, Dades Valley, Morocco 2016-05-13. The 'Monkey Fingers' are an unusal and spectacular formation of prehistoric rock within the Dades Gorge walls. There are many spectular trekking routes through the gorge throughout the Dades Valley.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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The winding, meandering mountain road is famous for driving and runs inside the Dades Gorge and through the Dades Valley like a river, Southern Morocco 2016-05-13. This main road known as being the 'road of a thousand kasbahs' stretches from Ouarzazate to Tinghir, curving it's way through gorges and stunning arid landscapes which are naturally eroded by the winds from the Sahara desert. The region offers stunning trekking, hiking, driving and cyclying routes throughout the gorge, oasis palmeries which are built alongside the Oued Dades (Dades river) and the crumbling derelict kasbahs.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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The winding, meandering mountain road is famous for driving and runs inside the Dades Gorge and through the Dades Valley like a river, Southern Morocco 2016-05-13. This main road known as being the 'road of a thousand kasbahs' stretches from Ouarzazate to Tinghir, curving it's way through gorges and stunning arid landscapes which are naturally eroded by the winds from the Sahara desert. The region offers stunning trekking, hiking, driving and cyclying routes throughout the gorge, oasis palmeries which are built alongside the Oued Dades (Dades river) and the crumbling derelict kasbahs.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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The winding, meandering mountain road is famous for driving and runs inside the Dades Gorge and through the Dades Valley like a river, Southern Morocco 2016-05-13. This main road known as being the 'road of a thousand kasbahs' stretches from Ouarzazate to Tinghir, curving it's way through gorges and stunning arid landscapes which are naturally eroded by the winds from the Sahara desert. The region offers stunning trekking, hiking, driving and cyclying routes throughout the gorge, oasis palmeries which are built alongside the Oued Dades (Dades river) and the crumbling derelict kasbahs.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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The winding, meandering mountain road is famous for driving and runs inside the Dades Gorge and through the Dades Valley like a river, Southern Morocco 2016-05-13. This main road known as being the 'road of a thousand kasbahs' stretches from Ouarzazate to Tinghir, curving it's way through gorges and stunning arid landscapes which are naturally eroded by the winds from the Sahara desert. The region offers stunning trekking, hiking, driving and cyclying routes throughout the gorge, oasis palmeries which are built alongside the Oued Dades (Dades river) and the crumbling derelict kasbahs.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Derelict Moroccan kasbah architecture nearby to the rose fields inside the 'valley of roses,' Kelaat M'Gouna, Southern Morocco 2016-05-13. This main road through the Dades Valley is known as being the 'road of a thousand kasbahs,' stretching from Ouarzazate to Tinghir, curving it's way through gorges and stunning arid landscapes which are naturally eroded by the winds from the Sahara desert. The region offers stunning trekking, hiking, driving and cyclying routes throughout the gorge, oasis palmeries which are built alongside the Oued Dades (Dades river) and the crumbling derelict kasbahs.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Old / restored Moroccan zelij mosaic wall / doorway tiling, El Badi Palace, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? The El Badi Palace and sunken gardens are a short walk from Bahia, within the old, towering Medina walls of the Mellah. A ruined palace, the site is being renovated and restored, but remains to be many peoples favourite Marrakesh palace experience. Commissioned by the Arab Saadian sultan Ahmad-al-Mansur and completed in 1593, the complex took 25 years to build and is considered to be some of the finest examples of Saadian architecture in Moroco.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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El Badi Palace Architecture, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? The El Badi Palace and sunken gardens are a short walk from Bahia, within the old, towering Medina walls of the Mellah. Commissioned by the Arab Saadian sultan Ahmad-al-Mansur and completed in 1593, the complex took 25 years to build and is considered to be some of the finest examples of Saadian architecture in Moroco. A ruined palace, the site is often being renovated and restored, but remains to be many peoples favourite Marrakesh palace experience.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Visitors admire architecture at the El Badi Palace, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? The El Badi Palace and sunken gardens are a short walk from Bahia, within the old, towering Medina walls of the Mellah. Commissioned by the Arab Saadian sultan Ahmad-al-Mansur and completed in 1593, the complex took 25 years to build and is considered to be some of the finest examples of Saadian architecture in Moroco. A ruined palace, the site is often being renovated and restored, but remains to be many peoples favourite Marrakesh palace experience.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Art installation, El Badi Palace Architecture, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? The El Badi Palace and sunken gardens are a short walk from Bahia, within the old, towering Medina walls of the Mellah. Commissioned by the Arab Saadian sultan Ahmad-al-Mansur and completed in 1593, the complex took 25 years to build and is considered to be some of the finest examples of Saadian architecture in Moroco. A ruined palace, the site is often being renovated and restored, but remains to be many peoples favourite Marrakesh palace experience.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Art installation, El Badi Palace Architecture, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? The El Badi Palace and sunken gardens are a short walk from Bahia, within the old, towering Medina walls of the Mellah. Commissioned by the Arab Saadian sultan Ahmad-al-Mansur and completed in 1593, the complex took 25 years to build and is considered to be some of the finest examples of Saadian architecture in Moroco. A ruined palace, the site is often being renovated and restored, but remains to be many peoples favourite Marrakesh palace experience.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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El Badi Palace Architecture, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? The El Badi Palace and sunken gardens are a short walk from Bahia, within the old, towering Medina walls of the Mellah. Commissioned by the Arab Saadian sultan Ahmad-al-Mansur and completed in 1593, the complex took 25 years to build and is considered to be some of the finest examples of Saadian architecture in Moroco. A ruined palace, the site is often being renovated and restored, but remains to be many peoples favourite Marrakesh palace experience.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Art installation, El Badi Palace Architecture, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? The El Badi Palace and sunken gardens are a short walk from Bahia, within the old, towering Medina walls of the Mellah. Commissioned by the Arab Saadian sultan Ahmad-al-Mansur and completed in 1593, the complex took 25 years to build and is considered to be some of the finest examples of Saadian architecture in Moroco. A ruined palace, the site is often being renovated and restored, but remains to be many peoples favourite Marrakesh palace experience.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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El Badi Palace sunken garden orange groves, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? The El Badi Palace and sunken gardens are a short walk from Bahia, within the old, towering Medina walls of the Mellah. Commissioned by the Arab Saadian sultan Ahmad-al-Mansur and completed in 1593, the complex took 25 years to build and is considered to be some of the finest examples of Saadian architecture in Moroco. A ruined palace, the site is often being renovated and restored, but remains to be many peoples favourite Marrakesh palace experience.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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El Badi Palace sunken garden orange groves, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? The El Badi Palace and sunken gardens are a short walk from Bahia, within the old, towering Medina walls of the Mellah. Commissioned by the Arab Saadian sultan Ahmad-al-Mansur and completed in 1593, the complex took 25 years to build and is considered to be some of the finest examples of Saadian architecture in Moroco. A ruined palace, the site is often being renovated and restored, but remains to be many peoples favourite Marrakesh palace experience.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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El Badi Palace Architecture, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? The El Badi Palace and sunken gardens are a short walk from Bahia, within the old, towering Medina walls of the Mellah. Commissioned by the Arab Saadian sultan Ahmad-al-Mansur and completed in 1593, the complex took 25 years to build and is considered to be some of the finest examples of Saadian architecture in Moroco. A ruined palace, the site is often being renovated and restored, but remains to be many peoples favourite Marrakesh palace experience.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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El Badi Palace sunken garden orange groves, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? The El Badi Palace and sunken gardens are a short walk from Bahia, within the old, towering Medina walls of the Mellah. Commissioned by the Arab Saadian sultan Ahmad-al-Mansur and completed in 1593, the complex took 25 years to build and is considered to be some of the finest examples of Saadian architecture in Moroco. A ruined palace, the site is often being renovated and restored, but remains to be many peoples favourite Marrakesh palace experience.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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El Badi Palace sunken garden orange groves, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? The El Badi Palace and sunken gardens are a short walk from Bahia, within the old, towering Medina walls of the Mellah. Commissioned by the Arab Saadian sultan Ahmad-al-Mansur and completed in 1593, the complex took 25 years to build and is considered to be some of the finest examples of Saadian architecture in Moroco. A ruined palace, the site is often being renovated and restored, but remains to be many peoples favourite Marrakesh palace experience.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Visitors admire architecture at the El Badi Palace, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? The El Badi Palace and sunken gardens are a short walk from Bahia, within the old, towering Medina walls of the Mellah. Commissioned by the Arab Saadian sultan Ahmad-al-Mansur and completed in 1593, the complex took 25 years to build and is considered to be some of the finest examples of Saadian architecture in Moroco. A ruined palace, the site is often being renovated and restored, but remains to be many peoples favourite Marrakesh palace experience.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Agdal Gardens, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? Said to be the most important garden in Marrakesh and built in the 12th Century by the Almohad Dynasty, the Agdal gardens where originally created as an orchard and cover over 400 hectares. The name derives from an old Amazigh (Berber) word to refer to a 'walled meadow,' reflecting the lines of groves which make up the huge expanse of garden, including orange, lemon, fig, apricot and pomegranate trees, as well as lines upon lines of olive groves. Like the Menara, the true spectacle of the Agdal is found in appreciating it's astonishing and highly sophisticated irrigation system - a network of underground channels which bring water all the way from the Atlas mountains to a vast water basin, which then feeds the groves and orchards all year round.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Agdal Gardens, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? Said to be the most important garden in Marrakesh and built in the 12th Century by the Almohad Dynasty, the Agdal gardens where originally created as an orchard and cover over 400 hectares. The name derives from an old Amazigh (Berber) word to refer to a 'walled meadow,' reflecting the lines of groves which make up the huge expanse of garden, including orange, lemon, fig, apricot and pomegranate trees, as well as lines upon lines of olive groves. Like the Menara, the true spectacle of the Agdal is found in appreciating it's astonishing and highly sophisticated irrigation system - a network of underground channels which bring water all the way from the Atlas mountains to a vast water basin, which then feeds the groves and orchards all year round.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Agdal Gardens, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? Said to be the most important garden in Marrakesh and built in the 12th Century by the Almohad Dynasty, the Agdal gardens where originally created as an orchard and cover over 400 hectares. The name derives from an old Amazigh (Berber) word to refer to a 'walled meadow,' reflecting the lines of groves which make up the huge expanse of garden, including orange, lemon, fig, apricot and pomegranate trees, as well as lines upon lines of olive groves. Like the Menara, the true spectacle of the Agdal is found in appreciating it's astonishing and highly sophisticated irrigation system - a network of underground channels which bring water all the way from the Atlas mountains to a vast water basin, which then feeds the groves and orchards all year round.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Agdal Gardens, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? Said to be the most important garden in Marrakesh and built in the 12th Century by the Almohad Dynasty, the Agdal gardens where originally created as an orchard and cover over 400 hectares. The name derives from an old Amazigh (Berber) word to refer to a 'walled meadow,' reflecting the lines of groves which make up the huge expanse of garden, including orange, lemon, fig, apricot and pomegranate trees, as well as lines upon lines of olive groves. Like the Menara, the true spectacle of the Agdal is found in appreciating it's astonishing and highly sophisticated irrigation system - a network of underground channels which bring water all the way from the Atlas mountains to a vast water basin, which then feeds the groves and orchards all year round.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Agdal Gardens, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? Said to be the most important garden in Marrakesh and built in the 12th Century by the Almohad Dynasty, the Agdal gardens where originally created as an orchard and cover over 400 hectares. The name derives from an old Amazigh (Berber) word to refer to a 'walled meadow,' reflecting the lines of groves which make up the huge expanse of garden, including orange, lemon, fig, apricot and pomegranate trees, as well as lines upon lines of olive groves. Like the Menara, the true spectacle of the Agdal is found in appreciating it's astonishing and highly sophisticated irrigation system - a network of underground channels which bring water all the way from the Atlas mountains to a vast water basin, which then feeds the groves and orchards all year round.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Agdal Gardens, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? Said to be the most important garden in Marrakesh and built in the 12th Century by the Almohad Dynasty, the Agdal gardens where originally created as an orchard and cover over 400 hectares. The name derives from an old Amazigh (Berber) word to refer to a 'walled meadow,' reflecting the lines of groves which make up the huge expanse of garden, including orange, lemon, fig, apricot and pomegranate trees, as well as lines upon lines of olive groves. Like the Menara, the true spectacle of the Agdal is found in appreciating it's astonishing and highly sophisticated irrigation system - a network of underground channels which bring water all the way from the Atlas mountains to a vast water basin, which then feeds the groves and orchards all year round.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Agdal Gardens, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? Said to be the most important garden in Marrakesh and built in the 12th Century by the Almohad Dynasty, the Agdal gardens where originally created as an orchard and cover over 400 hectares. The name derives from an old Amazigh (Berber) word to refer to a 'walled meadow,' reflecting the lines of groves which make up the huge expanse of garden, including orange, lemon, fig, apricot and pomegranate trees, as well as lines upon lines of olive groves. Like the Menara, the true spectacle of the Agdal is found in appreciating it's astonishing and highly sophisticated irrigation system - a network of underground channels which bring water all the way from the Atlas mountains to a vast water basin, which then feeds the groves and orchards all year round.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Agdal Gardens, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? Said to be the most important garden in Marrakesh and built in the 12th Century by the Almohad Dynasty, the Agdal gardens where originally created as an orchard and cover over 400 hectares. The name derives from an old Amazigh (Berber) word to refer to a 'walled meadow,' reflecting the lines of groves which make up the huge expanse of garden, including orange, lemon, fig, apricot and pomegranate trees, as well as lines upon lines of olive groves. Like the Menara, the true spectacle of the Agdal is found in appreciating it's astonishing and highly sophisticated irrigation system - a network of underground channels which bring water all the way from the Atlas mountains to a vast water basin, which then feeds the groves and orchards all year round.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Agdal Gardens, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? Said to be the most important garden in Marrakesh and built in the 12th Century by the Almohad Dynasty, the Agdal gardens where originally created as an orchard and cover over 400 hectares. The name derives from an old Amazigh (Berber) word to refer to a 'walled meadow,' reflecting the lines of groves which make up the huge expanse of garden, including orange, lemon, fig, apricot and pomegranate trees, as well as lines upon lines of olive groves. Like the Menara, the true spectacle of the Agdal is found in appreciating it's astonishing and highly sophisticated irrigation system - a network of underground channels which bring water all the way from the Atlas mountains to a vast water basin, which then feeds the groves and orchards all year round.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Modern art sculpture feature at the Anima Gardens by Andre Heller, Ourika Valley, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? A relatively new garden space designed by Andre Heller, receiving praise and attention for its imaginative and creative design. Located amid the foothills of the High Atlas mountains, within the spectacular Ourika Valley (27km away from Marrakesh), the Anima Garden holds shady paths and pavilions with wild flowers, cacti, water features, palm trees and tall grass, with the suprising addition of unusual sculptures of magical characters hidden about the space.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Modern art sculpture feature at the Anima Gardens by Andre Heller, Ourika Valley, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? A relatively new garden space designed by Andre Heller, receiving praise and attention for its imaginative and creative design. Located amid the foothills of the High Atlas mountains, within the spectacular Ourika Valley (27km away from Marrakesh), the Anima Garden holds shady paths and pavilions with wild flowers, cacti, water features, palm trees and tall grass, with the suprising addition of unusual sculptures of magical characters hidden about the space.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Anima Gardens by Andre Heller, Ourika Valley, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? A relatively new garden space designed by Andre Heller, receiving praise and attention for its imaginative and creative design. Located amid the foothills of the High Atlas mountains, within the spectacular Ourika Valley (27km away from Marrakesh), the Anima Garden holds shady paths and pavilions with wild flowers, cacti, water features, palm trees and tall grass, with the suprising addition of unusual sculptures of magical characters hidden about the space.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Anima Gardens by Andre Heller, Ourika Valley, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? A relatively new garden space designed by Andre Heller, receiving praise and attention for its imaginative and creative design. Located amid the foothills of the High Atlas mountains, within the spectacular Ourika Valley (27km away from Marrakesh), the Anima Garden holds shady paths and pavilions with wild flowers, cacti, water features, palm trees and tall grass, with the suprising addition of unusual sculptures of magical characters hidden about the space.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Anima Gardens by Andre Heller, Ourika Valley, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? A relatively new garden space designed by Andre Heller, receiving praise and attention for its imaginative and creative design. Located amid the foothills of the High Atlas mountains, within the spectacular Ourika Valley (27km away from Marrakesh), the Anima Garden holds shady paths and pavilions with wild flowers, cacti, water features, palm trees and tall grass, with the suprising addition of unusual sculptures of magical characters hidden about the space.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Modern art sculpture feature at the Anima Gardens by Andre Heller, Ourika Valley, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? A relatively new garden space designed by Andre Heller, receiving praise and attention for its imaginative and creative design. Located amid the foothills of the High Atlas mountains, within the spectacular Ourika Valley (27km away from Marrakesh), the Anima Garden holds shady paths and pavilions with wild flowers, cacti, water features, palm trees and tall grass, with the suprising addition of unusual sculptures of magical characters hidden about the space.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Anima Gardens by Andre Heller, Ourika Valley, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? A relatively new garden space designed by Andre Heller, receiving praise and attention for its imaginative and creative design. Located amid the foothills of the High Atlas mountains, within the spectacular Ourika Valley (27km away from Marrakesh), the Anima Garden holds shady paths and pavilions with wild flowers, cacti, water features, palm trees and tall grass, with the suprising addition of unusual sculptures of magical characters hidden about the space.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Anima Gardens by Andre Heller, Ourika Valley, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? A relatively new garden space designed by Andre Heller, receiving praise and attention for its imaginative and creative design. Located amid the foothills of the High Atlas mountains, within the spectacular Ourika Valley (27km away from Marrakesh), the Anima Garden holds shady paths and pavilions with wild flowers, cacti, water features, palm trees and tall grass, with the suprising addition of unusual sculptures of magical characters hidden about the space.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Anima Gardens by Andre Heller, Ourika Valley, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? A relatively new garden space designed by Andre Heller, receiving praise and attention for its imaginative and creative design. Located amid the foothills of the High Atlas mountains, within the spectacular Ourika Valley (27km away from Marrakesh), the Anima Garden holds shady paths and pavilions with wild flowers, cacti, water features, palm trees and tall grass, with the suprising addition of unusual sculptures of magical characters hidden about the space.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Modern art sculpture feature at the Anima Gardens by Andre Heller, Ourika Valley, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? A relatively new garden space designed by Andre Heller, receiving praise and attention for its imaginative and creative design. Located amid the foothills of the High Atlas mountains, within the spectacular Ourika Valley (27km away from Marrakesh), the Anima Garden holds shady paths and pavilions with wild flowers, cacti, water features, palm trees and tall grass, with the suprising addition of unusual sculptures of magical characters hidden about the space.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Fountain water feature at the Anima Gardens by designer Andre Heller, Ourika Valley, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? A relatively new garden space designed by Andre Heller, receiving praise and attention for its imaginative and creative design. Located amid the foothills of the High Atlas mountains, within the spectacular Ourika Valley (27km away from Marrakesh), the Anima Garden holds shady paths and pavilions with wild flowers, cacti, water features, palm trees and tall grass, with the suprising addition of unusual sculptures of magical characters hidden about the space.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Modern art sculpture feature at the Anima Gardens by Andre Heller, Ourika Valley, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? A relatively new garden space designed by Andre Heller, receiving praise and attention for its imaginative and creative design. Located amid the foothills of the High Atlas mountains, within the spectacular Ourika Valley (27km away from Marrakesh), the Anima Garden holds shady paths and pavilions with wild flowers, cacti, water features, palm trees and tall grass, with the suprising addition of unusual sculptures of magical characters hidden about the space.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Anima Gardens by Andre Heller, Ourika Valley, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? A relatively new garden space designed by Andre Heller, receiving praise and attention for its imaginative and creative design. Located amid the foothills of the High Atlas mountains, within the spectacular Ourika Valley (27km away from Marrakesh), the Anima Garden holds shady paths and pavilions with wild flowers, cacti, water features, palm trees and tall grass, with the suprising addition of unusual sculptures of magical characters hidden about the space.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01264797_0029 RED
Anima Gardens by Andre Heller, Ourika Valley, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? A relatively new garden space designed by Andre Heller, receiving praise and attention for its imaginative and creative design. Located amid the foothills of the High Atlas mountains, within the spectacular Ourika Valley (27km away from Marrakesh), the Anima Garden holds shady paths and pavilions with wild flowers, cacti, water features, palm trees and tall grass, with the suprising addition of unusual sculptures of magical characters hidden about the space.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01264797_0030 RED
Modern art sculpture feature at the Anima Gardens by Andre Heller, Ourika Valley, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? A relatively new garden space designed by Andre Heller, receiving praise and attention for its imaginative and creative design. Located amid the foothills of the High Atlas mountains, within the spectacular Ourika Valley (27km away from Marrakesh), the Anima Garden holds shady paths and pavilions with wild flowers, cacti, water features, palm trees and tall grass, with the suprising addition of unusual sculptures of magical characters hidden about the space.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01264797_0031 RED
Anima Gardens by Andre Heller, Ourika Valley, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? A relatively new garden space designed by Andre Heller, receiving praise and attention for its imaginative and creative design. Located amid the foothills of the High Atlas mountains, within the spectacular Ourika Valley (27km away from Marrakesh), the Anima Garden holds shady paths and pavilions with wild flowers, cacti, water features, palm trees and tall grass, with the suprising addition of unusual sculptures of magical characters hidden about the space.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01264797_0032 RED
Anima Gardens by Andre Heller, Ourika Valley, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? A relatively new garden space designed by Andre Heller, receiving praise and attention for its imaginative and creative design. Located amid the foothills of the High Atlas mountains, within the spectacular Ourika Valley (27km away from Marrakesh), the Anima Garden holds shady paths and pavilions with wild flowers, cacti, water features, palm trees and tall grass, with the suprising addition of unusual sculptures of magical characters hidden about the space.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01264797_0033 RED
Modern art sculpture feature at the Anima Gardens by Andre Heller, Ourika Valley, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? A relatively new garden space designed by Andre Heller, receiving praise and attention for its imaginative and creative design. Located amid the foothills of the High Atlas mountains, within the spectacular Ourika Valley (27km away from Marrakesh), the Anima Garden holds shady paths and pavilions with wild flowers, cacti, water features, palm trees and tall grass, with the suprising addition of unusual sculptures of magical characters hidden about the space.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Anima Gardens by Andre Heller, Ourika Valley, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? A relatively new garden space designed by Andre Heller, receiving praise and attention for its imaginative and creative design. Located amid the foothills of the High Atlas mountains, within the spectacular Ourika Valley (27km away from Marrakesh), the Anima Garden holds shady paths and pavilions with wild flowers, cacti, water features, palm trees and tall grass, with the suprising addition of unusual sculptures of magical characters hidden about the space.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Fountain water feature at the Anima Gardens by designer Andre Heller, Ourika Valley, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? A relatively new garden space designed by Andre Heller, receiving praise and attention for its imaginative and creative design. Located amid the foothills of the High Atlas mountains, within the spectacular Ourika Valley (27km away from Marrakesh), the Anima Garden holds shady paths and pavilions with wild flowers, cacti, water features, palm trees and tall grass, with the suprising addition of unusual sculptures of magical characters hidden about the space.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Anima Gardens by Andre Heller, Ourika Valley, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? A relatively new garden space designed by Andre Heller, receiving praise and attention for its imaginative and creative design. Located amid the foothills of the High Atlas mountains, within the spectacular Ourika Valley (27km away from Marrakesh), the Anima Garden holds shady paths and pavilions with wild flowers, cacti, water features, palm trees and tall grass, with the suprising addition of unusual sculptures of magical characters hidden about the space.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Modern art sculpture feature at the Anima Gardens by Andre Heller, Ourika Valley, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? A relatively new garden space designed by Andre Heller, receiving praise and attention for its imaginative and creative design. Located amid the foothills of the High Atlas mountains, within the spectacular Ourika Valley (27km away from Marrakesh), the Anima Garden holds shady paths and pavilions with wild flowers, cacti, water features, palm trees and tall grass, with the suprising addition of unusual sculptures of magical characters hidden about the space.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01264797_0038 RED
Modern art sculpture feature at the Anima Gardens by Andre Heller, Ourika Valley, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? A relatively new garden space designed by Andre Heller, receiving praise and attention for its imaginative and creative design. Located amid the foothills of the High Atlas mountains, within the spectacular Ourika Valley (27km away from Marrakesh), the Anima Garden holds shady paths and pavilions with wild flowers, cacti, water features, palm trees and tall grass, with the suprising addition of unusual sculptures of magical characters hidden about the space.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Modern art sculpture feature at the Anima Gardens by Andre Heller, Ourika Valley, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? A relatively new garden space designed by Andre Heller, receiving praise and attention for its imaginative and creative design. Located amid the foothills of the High Atlas mountains, within the spectacular Ourika Valley (27km away from Marrakesh), the Anima Garden holds shady paths and pavilions with wild flowers, cacti, water features, palm trees and tall grass, with the suprising addition of unusual sculptures of magical characters hidden about the space.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01264797_0040 RED
Berber nomadic tent art instalment at the Anima Gardens by Andre Heller, Ourika Valley, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? A relatively new garden space designed by Andre Heller, receiving praise and attention for its imaginative and creative design. Located amid the foothills of the High Atlas mountains, within the spectacular Ourika Valley (27km away from Marrakesh), the Anima Garden holds shady paths and pavilions with wild flowers, cacti, water features, palm trees and tall grass, with the suprising addition of unusual sculptures of magical characters hidden about the space.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01264797_0042 RED
Modern art sculpture feature at the Anima Gardens by Andre Heller, Ourika Valley, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? A relatively new garden space designed by Andre Heller, receiving praise and attention for its imaginative and creative design. Located amid the foothills of the High Atlas mountains, within the spectacular Ourika Valley (27km away from Marrakesh), the Anima Garden holds shady paths and pavilions with wild flowers, cacti, water features, palm trees and tall grass, with the suprising addition of unusual sculptures of magical characters hidden about the space.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01264797_0043 RED
Modern art sculpture feature at the Anima Gardens by Andre Heller, Ourika Valley, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? A relatively new garden space designed by Andre Heller, receiving praise and attention for its imaginative and creative design. Located amid the foothills of the High Atlas mountains, within the spectacular Ourika Valley (27km away from Marrakesh), the Anima Garden holds shady paths and pavilions with wild flowers, cacti, water features, palm trees and tall grass, with the suprising addition of unusual sculptures of magical characters hidden about the space.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Modern art sculpture feature at the Anima Gardens by Andre Heller, Ourika Valley, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? A relatively new garden space designed by Andre Heller, receiving praise and attention for its imaginative and creative design. Located amid the foothills of the High Atlas mountains, within the spectacular Ourika Valley (27km away from Marrakesh), the Anima Garden holds shady paths and pavilions with wild flowers, cacti, water features, palm trees and tall grass, with the suprising addition of unusual sculptures of magical characters hidden about the space.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01264797_0046 RED
Fountain water feature at the Anima Gardens by designer Andre Heller, Ourika Valley, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? A relatively new garden space designed by Andre Heller, receiving praise and attention for its imaginative and creative design. Located amid the foothills of the High Atlas mountains, within the spectacular Ourika Valley (27km away from Marrakesh), the Anima Garden holds shady paths and pavilions with wild flowers, cacti, water features, palm trees and tall grass, with the suprising addition of unusual sculptures of magical characters hidden about the space.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01264797_0047 RED
Fountain water feature at the Anima Gardens by designer Andre Heller, Ourika Valley, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? A relatively new garden space designed by Andre Heller, receiving praise and attention for its imaginative and creative design. Located amid the foothills of the High Atlas mountains, within the spectacular Ourika Valley (27km away from Marrakesh), the Anima Garden holds shady paths and pavilions with wild flowers, cacti, water features, palm trees and tall grass, with the suprising addition of unusual sculptures of magical characters hidden about the space.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01264797_0048 RED
Berber nomadic tent art instalment at the Anima Gardens by Andre Heller, Ourika Valley, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-22.? A relatively new garden space designed by Andre Heller, receiving praise and attention for its imaginative and creative design. Located amid the foothills of the High Atlas mountains, within the spectacular Ourika Valley (27km away from Marrakesh), the Anima Garden holds shady paths and pavilions with wild flowers, cacti, water features, palm trees and tall grass, with the suprising addition of unusual sculptures of magical characters hidden about the space.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01263397_0026 RED
Spring time flower, Bahia Palace, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-21.? The name Bahia means "brilliance" and the Bahia palace was built with the intention of being the most brilliant palace of its time. Built by two different generations - Si Moussa and his son, the overall design and layout is slightly random and unorganised. The materials used to make the intricate displays of zelij, ceramic and wood work through out the palace were sourced from across the Maghreb.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01263397_0027 RED
Bahia Palace riad garden courtyard space, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-21.? The name Bahia means "brilliance" and the Bahia palace was built with the intention of being the most brilliant palace of its time. Built by two different generations - Si Moussa and his son, the overall design and layout is slightly random and unorganised. The materials used to make the intricate displays of zelij, ceramic and wood work through out the palace were sourced from across the Maghreb.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01263397_0028 RED
Bahia Palace riad garden courtyard space, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-21.? The name Bahia means "brilliance" and the Bahia palace was built with the intention of being the most brilliant palace of its time. Built by two different generations - Si Moussa and his son, the overall design and layout is slightly random and unorganised. The materials used to make the intricate displays of zelij, ceramic and wood work through out the palace were sourced from across the Maghreb.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01263397_0029 RED
Bahia Palace riad garden courtyard space, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-21.? The name Bahia means "brilliance" and the Bahia palace was built with the intention of being the most brilliant palace of its time. Built by two different generations - Si Moussa and his son, the overall design and layout is slightly random and unorganised. The materials used to make the intricate displays of zelij, ceramic and wood work through out the palace were sourced from across the Maghreb.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01263397_0030 RED
Cat sleeps on Moroccan mosaic tiled steps, Bahia Palace, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-21.? The name Bahia means "brilliance" and the Bahia palace was built with the intention of being the most brilliant palace of its time. Built by two different generations - Si Moussa and his son, the overall design and layout is slightly random and unorganised. The materials used to make the intricate displays of zelij, ceramic and wood work through out the palace were sourced from across the Maghreb.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01263397_0031 RED
Intricate stone, wood work carvings, textures and paintings, Bahia Palace, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-21.? The name Bahia means "brilliance" and the Bahia palace was built with the intention of being the most brilliant palace of its time. Built by two different generations - Si Moussa and his son, the layout and overall design is slightly random and unorganised. The materials used to make the intricate displays of zelij, ceramic and wood work through out the palace were sourced from across the Maghreb.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01263397_0032 RED
Intricate stone, wood work carvings, textures and paintings, Bahia Palace, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-21.? The name Bahia means "brilliance" and the Bahia palace was built with the intention of being the most brilliant palace of its time. Built by two different generations - Si Moussa and his son, the layout and overall design is slightly random and unorganised. The materials used to make the intricate displays of zelij, ceramic and wood work through out the palace were sourced from across the Maghreb.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01263397_0033 RED
Intricate stone, wood work carvings, textures and paintings, Bahia Palace, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-21.? The name Bahia means "brilliance" and the Bahia palace was built with the intention of being the most brilliant palace of its time. Built by two different generations - Si Moussa and his son, the layout and overall design is slightly random and unorganised. The materials used to make the intricate displays of zelij, ceramic and wood work through out the palace were sourced from across the Maghreb.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01263397_0034 RED
Intricate stone, wood work carvings, textures and paintings, Bahia Palace, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-21.? The name Bahia means "brilliance" and the Bahia palace was built with the intention of being the most brilliant palace of its time. Built by two different generations - Si Moussa and his son, the layout and overall design is slightly random and unorganised. The materials used to make the intricate displays of zelij, ceramic and wood work through out the palace were sourced from across the Maghreb.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01263397_0035 RED
Intricate stone, wood work carvings, textures and paintings, Bahia Palace, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-21.? The name Bahia means "brilliance" and the Bahia palace was built with the intention of being the most brilliant palace of its time. Built by two different generations - Si Moussa and his son, the layout and overall design is slightly random and unorganised. The materials used to make the intricate displays of zelij, ceramic and wood work through out the palace were sourced from across the Maghreb.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
! EN_01263397_0036 RED
Bahia Palace riad garden courtyard space, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2016-04-21.? The name Bahia means "brilliance" and the Bahia palace was built with the intention of being the most brilliant palace of its time. Built by two different generations - Si Moussa and his son, the overall design and layout is slightly random and unorganised. The materials used to make the intricate displays of zelij, ceramic and wood work through out the palace were sourced from across the Maghreb.
MINIMUM PRICE $100

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