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Homemade Moroccan spices and herbs blend is the perfect way to add a little kick to your chicken, potatoes or vegetables! Great for sheet pan or grilling. Vegan, gluten-free, clean eating and paleo-compliant. The layered flavors of Moroccan cuisine typically take hours to develop; think of the famous tagines or b’steela, a savory pie made with saffron-spiced chicken (or pigeon) […]


Jewish heritage

A Long History of Coexistence The Jewish heritage: Jewish community of Morocco has historical ties to the Maghreb region dating back more than 2,000 years. During World War II, the Late King Mohammed V famously rejected an appeal by the French Vichy regime to gather up Moroccan Jews for deportation, reportedly responding: “We have no

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It´s perfect for an easy, long weekend trip with plenty of markets, henna tattoo artists, delicious food stalls and amazing desert sunsets. In our travel guide you will find great things to do in Marrakesh, and Hidden Gems Marrakech to discover.1. Hidden Gems Marrakech: SouksExploring the souks of Marrakesh is an experience that is not

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The Medina of Marrakech

The Medina of Marrakech founded in 1070-1072 by the Almoravids (1056-1147), capital of the Almohads (1147-1269), Marrakesh was, for a long time, a major political, economic and cultural centre of the western Muslim world, reigning in North Africa and Andalusia. Vast monuments dating back to that period: Koutoubia Mosque, with the matchless minaret of 77

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The Souk of Marrakech

The souks of Marrakech are the largest in Morocco and famous globally as some of the most exotic marketplaces to shop in the world. For first-time visitors it can be a bewildering experience. We are here to make it a little easier. Here is our guide to the souks of Marrakech. Inside the maze of

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