Cacti plants fill the landscape at Majorelle Gardens, Marrakesh.
Contributor:Matthew Wakem / Alamy Stock Photo
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Dimensions:3694 x 5569 px | 31.3 x 47.2 cm | 12.3 x 18.6 inches | 300dpi
Date taken:October 19, 2015
Cacti plants fill the landscape at Majorelle Gardens, Marrakesh. Built by French painter Jacques Majorelle and opened to the public in 1947, Majorelle Gardens are now owned by designer Yves St Laurent. Majorelles former painting studio now houses the Museum of Islamic Art. The gardens provide a peaceful refuge from the bustle of Marrakech. Cactii, bamboo and colorful flowers line the pathways that wind around the gardens, amongst the plants are colorful pots and decorative teracotta jars.Ornate Pavillions add to the attractiveness of the gardens, and provide cooling shelter.