Another highlight of Marrakech is the Bahia Palace, which is also one of my favorite royal palaces. With exquisite carvings and deep twists and turns, this palace is beautiful. Built in the late 19th century, the Bahia Palace was the largest and most magnificent palace building in Morocco at the time, but it was not the actual palace. Because the master Moussa was not the king, he was the big Vizier of the Sultanate. Davisil is the prime minister of the Islamic state. It took 1,000 craftsmen from Fez, and took seven years, to built a magnificent and beautiful palace like this. We did not have much time in hand; otherwise I would have definitely wandered around this place in the morning. It is really very beautiful!
Bahia Palace was established in the late 19th century and was the largest palace at the time. It is also the best museum to showcase Islamic art. The palace is named after Ahmad Bin Moussas favorite wifes name. Here. The palace is oversized, and he used to live with him and his four wives, as well as the 24th harem and their children.
The Bahia Palace combines the exquisiteness and elegance of Islamic traditional architecture. After a lap, you can learn about the living conditions of Moroccan aristocratic families in the 19th century.
The seemingly ordinary Bahia Palace can be found in a lot of wonderful places, such as roofs, windows, doors, etc., and some special architectural art, especially the buy-in Gram floor tiles, a good-looking mess.
The Bahia Palace, built at the end of the 19th century, was the largest and most magnificent palace building in Morocco at the time. The word "Bahia" in the name means "wisdom." Located in the old streets of Marrakech, it looks unremarkable from the outside, but it has the most magnificent rooms, beautiful atrium, mosaic fountain, green glazed tiles in the sun, and large and small windows are decorated with Arabian-inspired grate wood-carved. All the doors, windows and lush trees filled courtyards are worth a good look. The biggest impression of this palace is that it is very big. Once I entered I was mesmerized. The decoration and layout are not very characteristic. When we went there, they were doing a small photo exhibition, but it was very good.
Bahia Palace is an elegant palace in Marrakech. It was built at the end of the 19th century and is known as the “House of Wisdom”. At that time it was a magnificent palace building in Morocco, and it is now a very complete monument in the area. The buildings here are covered with Islamic carvings and mosaic tile tiles, strolling through them and feeling the elegance and superiority of the building.