The old town of Marrakech, also known as the Maid, is the city centre of Maraca, where ancient mosques and huge traditional markets are located, as well as countless restaurants and cafés, where you can spend a whole day and local When people shop together, they can also find a coffee shop on the roof, and like a visitor, hold a pot of mint tea to enjoy the sunset.
Marrakesh is a picturesque city with no feeling of road fatigue. Jemafna Square is the only open-air square still in use in the world and has been listed in the World Heritage Site for a thousand years. We ate the Taji pot with Arab characteristics here. It tasted strange and sweet. It was not very delicious [black thread] and the gardens where Ive Saint Laurent lived before his death. We left a picture at the door and didn't go in. Every place stayed for too short a time. Every day in the rush, the eyes are not enough, everywhere different customs. Regrettably, we should respect the life habits of the Arabs. We can't take pictures casually. We can only see them in our eyes and remember them in our hearts.
Maybe because Marrakech's Grand Square is so famous, it seems that the old city is not as famous as the old city of Shevshavan or Fitz. In fact, it's more lively and marketable. When he arrived at the old city at 9:00 a.m., the early-rising vendors began to set up their stalls. The vendors of chickens and ducks threw away a raw chicken head. The nearby squatting cats came up and quietly gnawed. In the old city, there are all kinds of small shops for daily life, and hammam Moroccan bath, without any logo. Google + chicken and duck talked to ten local people before they finally found them. There are also many markets, but mainly for local people, the price is not much, such as a belt of 100 dirhams, dead or alive can not be reduced, on the contrary, the store over the square, 80 can be settled. Because for the local people, the early closure, more than five o'clock, they have been unlocked.
Marrakech's Medina is relatively clean. There are many cats. It's also very tolerant to wild cats. It's also the first time that cats eat meat. Copper lamps, spices and plates are all local characteristics. Medina is also very distinctive. Children, women, men and cats are very distinctive.
Marrakech was named World Heritage Site in 1985, and it is one of the four largest imperial cities in Morocco. (Rabat, Marrakech, Fez and Meknes are also known as the four great imperial cities of Morocco.) So far, they have a history of more than 900 years. They first became the capital of Morocco in 1062, and also become the most important business and trade point on the African continent. Because of this, people of all races bring different cultures and beliefs, and Marrakech has formed its unique and mysterious personality. This is a red city. Looking at it, all eyes are red. In Arabic, Marrakesh means "red city" because the walls were built of ochre-red rocks. The exterior walls of the houses here are red, whether they are palaces or residences of ordinary people, or large hotels where Europeans spend their holidays.
Located in the south of Morocco, the old city of Marrakesh runs through the foothills of Mount Atlas. It is called Morocco the Pearl of the south; the city of Marrakesh. Marrakesh is the Berber language, meaning: the home of God. Marrakesh is the fourth royal city of Morocco and the gateway of northern Morocco. The whole city has a unique red tone.
The ancient city is red and red. The buildings remind me that the sky is red and the banks of the river look spectacular on the whole. The snow mountain in Alaster is behind the snow mountain desert. The river scenery is very beautiful. The climate is also pleasant. It's not as hot as I imagined.
The old city of Marrakesh is a thousand-year-old city in North Africa. Most of the houses here have a history of hundreds of years, mostly earth-rock structure, very simple. Old city streets are crooked, ups and downs, full of small commodity markets, or ancient mosques, which are very worthy of everyone's careful taste.
Marrakech is known as the "Red Emperor's Capital" because the color of the old city walls is red and the whole looks very beautiful. The old city also has a carriage seat, a 300 dirham, you can try if you are interested.
The market for Marrakesh people is next to the Palace of Asia in Brazil. The stores at the entrance are sold to tourists, but deep inside, they are the local people's well-being. In the narrow inner street, when pedestrians and donkey carts are interlaced, loaders and unloaders on donkey carts jump onto the triple hoppers and carry the fighting sacks in a little. In a chilling sound of metal friction, the two cars meet and complete.
From day to night, the Millennium Square on the World Heritage List, Dejima Square, has various performances, sitting on the second floor of the corner of the square, watching the sunset, enjoying life and pleasure. Fresh orange juice is 100% recommended and super-loved.