Monuments and Landmarks in Marrakesh (Morocco)

Stade de Marrakech
  • Stade de Marrakech

    Marrakesh Stadium (Arabic: ملعب مراكش‎, Berber: Annar n Mrraksh) is a multi-use stadium in Marrakesh, Morocco. It was designed by Gregotti Associati International. Completed in January 2012, it is used mostly for football matches with the capability of hosting Olympic Games. It is home to Kawkab Marrakesh football team. The stadium has a capacity of 45,240 people. It replaces Stade Al Harti as the home of Kawkab Marrakech and as the main stadium of the city. It hosted the 2014 IAAF Continental ...
Marrakech city
  • Amanjena

    Amanjena (meaning "peaceful paradise") is a luxury hotel and resort, situated in Palmeraie, a southeastern suburb of Marrakesh, Morocco. Built in 2000, it is one of the most exclusive hotels and the first Aman Resort on the African continent. It has a 21-hole course, a well-stocked library and an outdoor swimming pool set amidst hibiscus bushes. In May 2015, David Beckham celebrated his 40th birthday at the hotel.
  • 1998 IAAF World Cross Country Championships

    The 1998 IAAF World Cross Country Championships took place on March 21/22, 1998. The races were held at the Menara district in Marrakech, Morocco. Reports of the event were given in the New York Times, in the Herald, and for the IAAF. Complete results for senior men, for senior men's teams, for men's short race, for men's short race teams, for junior men, for junior men's teams, senior women, for senior women's teams, for women's short race, for women's short race ...
Place Jemâa el-Fna
Jamaa Lafna Square - Marrakech