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TRAVEL: Marrakesh
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Marrakesh
By Tania Tanner

BT 201810 Travel 01马拉喀什

如果您喜欢游览世界各地的独特景点,那么马拉喀什市将是您下一个目的地的绝佳选择。马拉喀什是摩洛哥的城市,以多元文化和财富而闻名。这座城市的历史证明,马拉喀什是许多国家和部落的东道主,尤其是柏柏尔人,他们在这个城镇留下了不可替代的痕迹。如今,马拉喀什是一个享受不同特色同时带有自己传统的地方。

当您进入马拉喀什市时,您可能会看到占主导地位的红色。这就是为什么这个小镇的名字叫红城。


马拉喀什是继卡萨布兰卡,非斯和丹吉尔之后的第四个摩洛哥城市,但似乎是最重要的帝国城市。 该城市始建于1062年。红墙的最大部分是从12世纪开始创作,当时这个城市有个绰号叫赭石城。 这个城市的新部分建立于20世纪,主要是来自法国人。

马拉喀什的文化是不同宗教与伊斯兰统治的结合。有许多代表伊斯兰文化的清真寺,如Ali Ben Youssef Medersa和Koutoubia尖塔。马拉喀什的另一个重要文化是犹太人, 有Lazama犹太教堂和Miaara犹太公墓等伟大的纪念碑。

马拉喀什市是着名的购物中心,拥有数千种不同的产品供您购买。例如非洲香料,如肉桂,辣椒,姜黄和灰浆果。特色菜是Tanjia,特别是香料和牛肉的搭配。马拉喀什也因饮茶而闻名,尤其是含有薄荷和糖的绿茶。马拉喀什还是盛产纺织和地毯工业等各种工艺品的城市。

摩洛哥建筑的代表是马拉喀什博物馆,位于老城区的Dar Menebhi宫。该博物馆建于19世纪,代表了安达卢西亚的艺术杰作。


如果您喜欢豪华的住宿,那么Mamounia酒店将是您的最佳选择。酒店建于1925年,是摩洛哥最着名的酒店,曾经接待过许多着名人士,如丘吉尔,查尔斯王子等。

马拉喀什交通

马拉喀什有火车站,每天都有很多火车离开卡萨布兰卡和丹吉尔等其他城市。高铁还没有建造。至于公路,通往马拉喀什的主要道路将该城市与卡萨布兰卡连接起来,长210公里。 马拉喀什还有距离市中心3公里的国际机场。 机场接收许多欧洲航班以及当地航班。

马拉喀什旅游贴士

如果你计划在这个城市旅行,你应该注意你的着装。 避免短裙,短裤和沙滩装。 伊斯兰文化对这个城市有着重大的影响,你不会想要引起太多关注。

BT 201810 Travel 02If you like visiting unique places around the world, then the city of Marrakesh is an excellent choice for your next destination. Marrakesh is a city in Morocco, and is well-known for multiculturalism and wealth. The history of the city testifies that Marrakesh has been inhabited by many tribes, especially Berbers who left an indelible imprint on the town. Today, Marrakesh is a place to enjoy different features and to invoke traditional memories.
 

The centre of Marrakesh abounds with various combinations of culture and amusement. In the downtown, there is a square named Jamaa el Fna where people gather to enjoy the performance of dancers, musicians, acrobats and magicians. Other traditional monuments in the town include Koutoubia Minaret, Islamic masterpiece of culture, El Badi Palace and its magnificent ruins as well as the incredible Saadian Tombs.
 

When you enter the city of Marrakesh, the first thing you will probably notice is dominant red colour. That’s why the town bears the name ‘Red City’, while the natural pigment covers its buildings and the whole environment. The red background renders the town more attractive to foreigners who have built their houses in the city and have established their residences.
 

Marrakesh is the fourth city in Morocco after Casablanca, Fez and Tangier but it seems to be the most important imperial city. Establishment of the city started in 1062 thanks to the governor, Abu Bakr ibn Uma. The biggest part of the red walls is a 12th-century creation when the city got the nickname ‘Ochre City’. In the 16th century, Sultan Abu Abdallah al-Qaim and Ahmad al-Mansur were responsible for the construction of the incredible El Badi Palace. Today, Marakkesh is divided into two parts - old and new. The old part of the city, called Medina, is the masterpiece of Sultan Youssef Ben Tachfine from the middle ages. Today, this part of the city is very busy with many vendors and stalls. The new part of the city was founded in the 20th century, mostly by the French who came to the city to buy and build houses.
 

BT 201810 Travel 03Culture in Marrakesh is a combination of different religions, although Islamic dominance is quite apparent. There are many mosques which represent Islamic culture, such as Ali Ben Youssef Medersa and Koutoubia Minaret. Another important religion in Marrakesh is Jewish, and it is practiced in the small district with great monuments as Lazama synagogue and Miaara Jewish Cemetery.
 

The city of Marrakesh is the famous for its shopping centres wherein you can buy thousands of different products. We can only mention favourite African spices like cinnamon, chili, turmeric and ash berries. The specialty in the food section is Tanjia marrakshia, a unique mix of spices and beef meet. Another version of this is meat prepared with vegetables and cooked in the pot. Marrakesh is also famous for the consumption of tea, especially green tea with mint and sugar. Marrakesh is home to various crafts such as textile and carpet industry.
 

If you visit Marrakesh during festival time, you will experience the beauty of Moroccan culture. Some festivals are national holidays, and people are in festive mood. We can only mention some celebrations, such as National Folklore Festival, Berber festival and Marrakesh festival of modern arts.
 

Also, you could experience International film festival - Moroccan version of the one held in Cannes. Marrakesh is also well known for its particular music. There are two dominant genres, namely berber and gnaoua music. The first one is mainly influenced by Andalusian culture while the second is much more popular as loud and overwhelming.
 

A symbolic representation of Morocco's architecture is the Marrakesh Museum, which is situated in Dar Menebhi Palace in the old city. This museum dates back to the 19th century and represents the Andalusian masterpiece of art. If you take a closer look at the museum, then incredible fountains, hammam, courtyard and carvings will certainly impress you. The museum also holds a bunch of historical books, coins and other antique objects.
 

If you prefer rich and luxurious accommodation, then Mamounia hotel will be a great opportunity for you. This hotel was built in 1925 and is now the most famous owing to having hosted many famous personalities such as Churchill, Prince Charles and so on.
 

Getting to Marrakesh

Marrakesh has a railway station with many trains leaving every day to other cities like Casablanca and Tangiers. The high-speed rail has not yet been introduced. As for the roads, the main road to Marrakesh connects the city with Casablanca and is 210 km in length. Marrakesh also has an international airport situated 3km from the centre. This airport receives many European as also local flights.
 

Tips for Marrakesh

If you plan a trip to this city, you should pay close attention to your clothing. Stay away from short dresses, shorts and beach wear. Islamic culture has the significant influence on the city, and you don’t want to draw attention by sporting an odd look.

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