• Museum of Islamic Art

  • The inviting, boldly blue building in the Majorelle Gardens is the Museum of Islamic Art. It used to be the studio of Jacques Majorelle (who gave the gardens as well as the blue colour his name), but was renovated into a neat little space displaying all kinds of artefacts and decorations relating to Islamic art.
    \r\nThrough several small rooms, a range of Irke pottery, polychrome plates, jewellery, antique doors and other assorted exhibits are displayed
    • Majorelle Gardens, Avenue Yacoub El Mansour
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