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February 17, 2007

Menara Gardens II

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The pavillion and the great water reservoir were built by Saadian Sultan Abd er Rahman in 1870.
I visited Marrakesh in winter-time and the temperature was quite agreeable. However, in the heat of summer, those gardens must have been a veritable oasis and a welcome escape from the city.

One Response to “Menara Gardens II”

  1. Krystal Says:

    SO KOOL

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