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Jardin Majorelle, Marrakech, Morocco, Africa. Marrakech, Morocco, - February 21, 2016: The famous blue house of Jardin Majorelle. Built originally by Jacque Majorelle 1931 who died 1962. The building left in ruin and nearly demolished by developers and was saved in 1980 by Pierre Berge and Yves Saint Laurent. The premises have a gallery,museum and gardens where proceeds from tourism go to local and worldwide causes. Africa Stock Photo
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Jardin Majorelle, Marrakech, Morocco, Africa. Marrakech, Morocco, - February 21, 2016: The famous blue house of Jardin Majorelle. Built originally by Jacque Majorelle 1931 who died 1962. The building left in ruin and nearly demolished by developers and was saved in 1980 by Pierre Berge and Yves Saint Laurent. The premises have a gallery,museum and gardens where proceeds from tourism go to local and worldwide causes. Africa Stock Photo
Jardin Majorelle, Marrakech, Morocco, Africa. Marrakech, Morocco, - February 21, 2016: The famous blue house of Jardin Majorelle. Built originally by Jacque Majorelle 1931 who died 1962. The building left in ruin and nearly demolished by developers and was saved in 1980 by Pierre Berge and Yves Saint Laurent. The premises have a gallery,museum and gardens where proceeds from tourism go to local and worldwide causes. Africa Stock Photo
Marrakech, Morocco, - February 21, 2016: The famous blue house of Jardin Majorelle. Built originally by Jacque Majorelle 1931 who died 1962. The building left in ruin and nearly demolished by developers and was saved in 1980 by Pierre Berge and Yves Saint Laurent. The premises have a gallery,museum and gardens where proceeds from tourism go to local and worldwide causes.
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