Marrakesh, Day 2: Bahia Palace

The Bahia Palace in an agglomeration of buildings constructed during the 1860s and 1890s.  Master Moroccan artisans were hired to built upon and expand existing buildings, using their finest art. The Palace represents some of the best Moroccan art of that period, with elaborately painted ceilings, lintels, doors and windows.
Entrance gate

Walkway to the main entrance




Tilework and Carved Plaster



One comment

  1. That was beautiful!


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