Majorelle Garden Marrakesh Morocco: majorelle garden is an artist’s landscape and botanical garden in marrakesh, morocco, that covers two and a half acres. it was designed and created by jacques majorelle, a french orientalist artist. although the garden was started in 1923, it took over 40 years to complete. one of the features of the garden is a cubist villa which was designed in the 1930s by paul sinoir, a french architect. in addition to the gardens, tourists can enjoy the berber museum and the islamic art museum of marrakesh, both of which are located within majorelle garden. the garden was once owned by fashion designer yves saint-laurent and this is where his ashes are buried.
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