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What is a Riad Morocco

Riads are traditional Moroccan houses located inside old city districts. After being abandoned by rich families a couple of centuries ago while moving to other major Moroccan cities such as Casablanca or Rabat, Riads gained life again when bought by rich Moroccan families or European travelers and investors, and being restored and used as private houses in the late 1970′s.
Riads are not located in the new part of the cities. The old parts of the cities in Morocco are called Medina’s and the newer districts are called “Ville Nouvelle” which were mainly built during the French Rule. The Treaty of Fez signed on 1912 made Morocco a protectorate of France until 1956.

Central Patios of Riads in Marrakech

Riad Cinnamon Marrakech Dar Malak Marrakech

Riad Carllian Marrakech Riad Dar Najat Marrakech

Riad Bahia Salam Marrakech Riad Dar Karma Marrakech

Riad Dar Bounouar Marrakech Riad Eden Marrakech

Riad Jona Marrakech Riad Porte Royale Marrakech

Riad Karmela Marrakech

Riad Samsli Marrakech

Riad Riad Villa El Arsa Marrakech

Riad Papillon Marrakech

Riad Dar Thania Marrakech

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