The Menara is a heritage monument of the city, but above all a symbol representing the grandeur experienced by Marrakech. Built following the orders of the Caliph of the Almohads in 1147, it was basically a pool of 200 by 150 meters, used to store water during droughts. In 1869 the pavilion was built and gardens planted with olive trees. Today, this monument is the source of many rumors and legends.
Tourism About 45 minutes on foot from Jemâa El Fna, at the end of Avenue Menara is a garden with the same name. A basin at the foot of the small pavillion serve...