Majorelle Gardens were designed by a French artist in the 1920s and bought by Yves Saint Laurent in the 1980s. His ashes were scattered here after he died in 2008. The gardens are home to a collection of cacti, beautiful fountains and many native birds, as well as the Islamic Art Museum of Marrakech. The garden is also famed for its cobalt blue buildings, a shade that has become known as Majorelle Blue.
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