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After the bustle of the souks the best way to enjoy the place and a time of rest and relaxation is to simply collapse on a poufs or bench covered with printed tarpaulin Spirit 70 designed by Hassan Hajjaj , enjoy drinking a pot of green tea with...more
Hidden away somewhere on the north end of the Medina, it was worth the effort. The journey through less busy part of the souks was also well worth.
The artist was in, when we were there, being interviewed by New York and Indian journalists.
Riad Yima.... WOW.
What a beautiful, tranquil and interesting place.
If you find yourself in Marrakech seeking respite from the hustle and bustle of the square and soukes, you couldn't do much better than this place.
Hidden away in the heart of the medina, Riad...More
THis is such a great find. Actually even finding it was fun. It’s just past the entrance to Namad bar by place de espice. So go past their entrance, around to the left, around to the right, down a bit then an alley on the...More
Having lived in Marrakech for over ten years, there are not many things that I have left undiscovered or experienced. However, I recently came across one such place.
Riad Yima, owned by artist Hasan Hajjaj, is situated within the Medina, in the south of the...More
My friend and I are in the advertising industry / arts and this was a really cool little spot to hit up. It had a really contemporary collection of art / books / clothes and was really interesting to walk around.
We had some lovely...More
It's not a regular riad but small pop-art gallery created by one of the most important Moroccan artists, Marrakech based - Hassan Hajjaj
The boutique courtyard is full of recycled items designed by Hajjaj. He is redifying pop symbols in the context of Moroccan urban...More
I had read reviews about this place and the photographer Hassan Hajjaj and wanted to stop by. It was well worth it. The gallery itself is small but packed full of may interesting things. I mentioned having read about Hajjaj, so someone took us to...More