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Riad El Zohar Out
Morocco

This Riad, or small hotel, is located about 10 minutes walk from the main square, Jama Al Fna, in Marrakech, Morocco. You literally feel the true Marrakechi culture in the walls and surroundings. The central patio with small pool is open to sky above. 

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Uploaded: 05/04/2010
Updated: 11/09/2014
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Tags: riad; marrakech; morocco; alan billyeald; jama al fna; el zohar
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