Superb 2 Bedroom Apartment in Marrakesh MoroccoEuroresales Property iD – 9824949Property information:This property is a superb 2 bedroom apartment located in Gueliz, Marrakesh, Morocco.The apartment is located on the second floor of the complex and has an overall floor size of 72 square metres.The property includes 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom.The property also offers a private parking area.The complex offers a superb communal pool which provides an excellent area to cool down on hot sunny days.Along with the pool there is a garden area which provides a wonderful area to relax.The property is being sold as unfurnished.A hot semi-arid climate predominates at Marrakesh. Average temperatures range from 12 °C in the winter to 26-30 °C in the summer.The relatively wet winter and dry summer precipitation pattern of Marrakesh mirrors precipitation patterns found in Mediterranean climates.However, the city receives less rain than is typically found in a Mediterranean climate, resulting in a semi-arid climate classification.About the Area:Marrakesh is a major city of the Kingdom of Morocco. it is the fourth largest city in the country, after Casablanca, Fez and Tangier.it is the capital city of the mid-southwestern region of Marrakesh-Safi. Located to the north of the foothills of the snow-capped Atlas Mountains, Marrakesh is situated 580 km (360 mi) southwest of Tangier, 327 km (203 mi) southwest of the Moroccan capital of Rabat, 239 km (149 mi) south of Casablanca, and 246 km (153 mi) northeast of Agadir.Marrakesh is possibly the most important of Morocco’s four former imperial cities. The region has been inhabited by Berber farmers since Neolithic times, but the actual city was founded in 1062, by Abu Bakr ibn Umar, chieftain and cousin of Almoravid king Yusuf ibn Tashfin.in the 12th century, the Almoravids built many madrasas and mosques in Marrakesh that bear Andalusian influences.The red walls of the city, built by Ali ibn Yusuf in 1122-1123, and various buildings constructed in red sandstone during this period, have given the city the nickname of the “Red City” or “Ochre City”.The ramparts of Marrakesh, which stretch for some 19 kilometres around the medina of the city, were built by the Almoravids in the 12th century as protective fortifications.The walls are made of a distinct orange-red clay and chalk, giving the city its nickname as the “red city”; they stand up to 19 feet high and have 20 gates and 200 towers along them.Festivals, both national and islamic, are celebrated in Marrakesh and throughout the country, and some of them are observed as national holidays.Cultural festivals of note held in Marrakesh include the National Folklore Festival, the Marrakech Festival of Popular Arts, international folklore festival Marrakech Folklore Days and the Berber FestivalSurrounded by lemon, orange, and olive groves, the city’s culinary characteristics are rich and heavily spiced but not hot, using various preparations of Ras el hanout, a blend of dozens of spices which include ash berries, chilli, cinnamon, grains of paradise, monk’s pepper, nutmeg, and turmeric.