Photo Thursday: An Otherworldly Garden in Marrakech, Morocco

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(Last Updated On: October 17, 2018)

When you need a break from the ochre walls of Marrakech’s medina, there is no better escape than the blue and green and yellow fantasy land of bamboo and cacti-encircled fountains of Majorelle Gardens.

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It isn’t Moroccan in any meaningful way, but it is fabulous.

This is my submission to Travel Photo Thursday at Nancie’s Budget Traveler’s Sandbox where you can find images submitted by Nancie’s friends from around the world.

You can find more images of the garden (and the wonderful Berber Museum within the garden) at Marrakech’s Magical Majorelle.

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What beautiful snapshots, I love the blue wall contrast! Feels very Mediterranean!:-)

I love this garden and your close up details, this is such a magical garden to visit and the plants are all sculptures on their own…..when you have the chance come and join and link up with us for Travel Photo Mondays, the link is open all week!

I love the bright yellow against the beautiful vivid blue background! Gorgeous!

Hi! We have been to this garden. It was weird and different – in a good way. I seem to remember loitering in the air-conditioned buildings 🙂

You have to love the blues you see in Morocco. Stunning.

PS Tried to leave a comment the other day – many times and it didn’t work. Crossing my fingers today.

I really like that shade of blue and how the yellow stands out against it. It’s not what I’d expect of Morocco.

Majorelle Garden was one of my favorite places in Marrakech. Such a nice spot to escape the chaos and heat of the city. I love your photos.You perfectly captured its “blueness” that I fondly remember.

Beautiful shots! One I wouldn’t have expected from Morocco. It looks very calming though.