Dar Giulia invites you to discover another side to Morocco.
Whether referred to as the Pearl of the South, the Gateway to the South, the Red City or the Ochre-coloured City, Marrakech is, and has been for a long time, one of the symbols of this kingdom situated between Africa, the East and the West. Morocco was known in the past as Marrakech and it is still referred to as such in Iran today.
Dar Giulia offers you the opportunity to catch a glimpse of the various aspects of this amazing kaleidoscope - the buzzing from the Medina, the fragrant silences of the Hazoun Plain, the bustle of the Gueliz evenings, the still majesty of the Atlas, the spicy perfumes of the markets, the fresh smell of orange trees.
Dar Giulia subtly brings together a variety of architectural influences - the house rings with
the stern and pious rigour of Almoravides' buildings, it vibrates with hints of Art Déco, it makes humourous references to Hassan Fathy or Frank Lloyd Wright. The architect Sergio Binello has directed this unique piece of architecture with all the rigour of his experience and talent, and the rest is due to his sensitivity.
Who hasn't longed for endless discussions on Djema el Fna Square, for the intoxicating fragrances from the Ourika Valley, for the Toubkal crude beauty, for the dazzling smiles of the shepheards from Siti Fatma, for the disconcerting kindness of the Marrakchi, for a refreshing cup of mint tea after a day spent in the souk?
Dar Giulia gives you the chance to make all these encounters.
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The Agdal gardens
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