Posts Tagged ‘Berber culture’

Berber Museum, Marjourelle Gardens

Sunday, October 12th, 2014

The Berber people are the ethnicity indigenous to North Africa, known for their fine craftwork, delicious cuisine and traditional music. The newly refurbished Berber museum, situated within the Majourelle Garden, is a fantastic resource cataloguing Berber life from diverse regions of Morocco. The exhibits document all aspects of Berber life, from craftwork to clothing and […]

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Aqueducts of the Ourika Valley

Thursday, August 1st, 2013

One excursion that you cannot afford to miss during your stay in Marrakech, is the short hours drive to the the Ourika valley’s. The valleys are inhabited mainly by the Berber peoples and are a popular destination for tourists and the Marrakshi people, who make the climb to the top of the valley too bathe […]

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The Ourika Valley waterfall

Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013

    After arriving at the remarkable Ourika Valley I soon discover that the only way is up. Following a short hike through the Berber communities that inhabit the area I arrived at the Ourika waterfall itself. After speaking with the owner of a cafe just next to the cascade, he informs me that when […]

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