It has been said that Marrakech awakens all of the senses, and it never fails to excite. Located just west of the Atlas Mountains, the city has been inhabited by Berber farmers for centuries. It has been dubbed the “Ochre City” because of the proliferation of red sandstone buildings and the red city walls—which now enclose the Medina, home to Jemaa el‐Fnaa, one of the busiest squares in Africa. In this tome, Marisa Berenson—who fell in love with the peace of the city and now lives there—shares her story of this very special destination.
- Pages: 304
- 25 x 33 x 3.7cm