Explore Marrakech Morocco, Marrakesh, and more!

cuoredimenta: “ Arches Marrakesh, Morocco As you may have noticed I love arabic architecture. and arabic arches, windows, doors.

littlefindsforgot: Interiors by the Water Gardens, Zanzibar.

The Medersa el Attarin, Fez, Morocco I Been there, loved that.

Bahia Palace, Marrakesh, Morocco Marakesh destination guide: http://georama.com/#Explore/Morocco/Marrakesh/Plan/Info

Photo Bahia Palace in Marrakesh par Hayder Alsahaf on

Villa Majorelle, Marrakech, Morocco -  - Maroc Désert Expérience tours http://www.marocdesertexperience.com

Villa Majorelle, Marrakech, Morocco by Batistini Gaston

Gorgeous Moroccan door at the Medresa Ali Ben Youssef in Marrakesh.

Mosque, Meknes, Morocco--Need to make sure that a Morocco trip includes a stop in Meknes.

Shall we go for a camel tour through the Palmaraie in Marrakech?

Shall we go for a camel tour through the Palmaraie in Marrakech?

Colors of Morocco - #bohemian #exterior

Marrakech colours, vibrant and inspiring

conjunto de puertas rosas

MY KIND OF PLACE athens, greece // europe // white buildings // whitewash // pink doors // pop of color // ancient city // exotic travel destinations // dream vacations // places to go


KABASH, Morocco - Rabat Kasbah des Oudaias - really loving all the blues.

morocco YSL Marrackech (Bleu de Majorelle)

morocco, love this color combo

ourafrica:  schisms:  morocco (by edwin.quast)

Medina Archway, Morocco, by edwin.

La Mamounia hammams (spa), avenue Bab Jdid,  Marrakech, MOROCCO

Spa at La Mamounia, Marrakech, Morocco

Royal Mansour Hotel

The Royal Mansour Hotel, Marrakech. Marrakesh, or Marrakech, is a major city in the northwest African nation of Morocco.

Taroudant, Morocco

Taroudant, Morocco

Geometric Progression - Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh. The picture was shot in a manmade labyrinth called Bhool Bhoolaiya in Lucknow, India where there are a large number of corridors like this. One may easily get lost in this maze without a guide. A grand view of the city awaits the visitor when he reaches the roof. Only the Nawab who built it and a few others knew the right way in this intricate labyrinth.

*Geometric Progression by TrekEarth