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Marketing - MarrakeshThe souk symbolises not only an open air market in the Middle East, it would be the only... http://t.co/0Zg57YC42k
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At the chicken shop of the souk, you can get the chicken, alive. The butcher will cut it and clean it for you.
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Souk fest @theatredeli: it's Marylebone,& it's plays,but it's as spice-filled & unpredictable as any Marrakesh market http://t.co/PbNiu4MxY1
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Marrakesh is a large and major city in Morocco, in the North-West of Africa. The former capital is pulsing with life and culture, and history bursts out of every corner. The inner city, or Medina, is surrounded by orange clay walls that stand at nearly six meters tall and incase a warren of passages and streets full of markets and delicious smells. Visit the extraordinary Hassan II Mosque which is located on a peninsula and has a minaret reaching around 200 meters tall, the Majorelle Gardens, the Saadian Tombs, and the El Badi Palace, before heading to the delectable food stalls on the Djeema El Fna Square after the sun sets. The nightly carnival of food stalls is the heart of Marrakesh's nightlife, a sociable and hands-on affair, try an array of delicacies and bites of Moroccan cuisine.
Visiting Marrakesh is a collage of the senses, enjoy the bustle of the large square, the smells of cous cows and lamb, and the sight of spectacular handmade products traditional to the region. More than sights, discover the city at night when the heat of the day dies down, and the city comes to life. Experience the rhythm of the calls to prayer, the blend of animals and vehicles on the streets, and the shopping opportunities on every corner. For an insight into the history and culture of the region visit the Marrakesh Museum, and the Museum of Islamic Art.