Illustrator Map Marrakesh Morocco

Marrakesh, located in the western part of Morocco, is a vibrant and historic city with a rich cultural heritage. The city’s layout is characterized by a maze-like medina (old town) with narrow winding streets, bustling markets, and historic landmarks. While it may not have traditional “principal streets” in the same way as many Western cities, there are key roads and areas that are central to the city’s structure. Here are some notable streets and roads in Marrakesh:

  1. Avenue Mohammed V: This is one of the main thoroughfares in Marrakesh, running through the modern part of the city. It’s lined with shops, restaurants, and businesses.
  2. Avenue Hassan II: Another important avenue, it intersects with Avenue Mohammed V and is known for its shops, cafes, and cultural institutions.
  3. Avenue Mohammed VI: This avenue is named after the current king of Morocco and is a major modern road that runs through the city, featuring upscale hotels, businesses, and residential areas.
  4. Rue Bab Agnaou: This street leads to one of the historic gates of the medina, Bab Agnaou, which is known for its intricate Almohad architecture.
  5. Rue Riad Zitoun El Jdid: This is a street within the medina and leads to the Bahia Palace. The area is known for its traditional riads (guesthouses with internal courtyards) and is close to other historic sites.
  6. Rue Mouassine: Located in the heart of the medina, this street is known for its traditional souks (markets), artisan shops, and the Mouassine Fountain.
  7. Place Jemaa El Fna: While not a street, this large square is a central hub in Marrakesh. It’s a UNESCO World Heritage site and is famous for its street performers, food stalls, and the Koutoubia Mosque.
  8. Avenue Hommane El Fetouaki: This avenue runs through the Gueliz district, the modern part of Marrakesh, and is lined with shops, cafes, and restaurants.

Remember that the medina is a complex network of narrow and winding streets, and some of the most interesting places to explore may not be on the main roads. Getting lost in the medina can be part of the charm, allowing you to discover hidden gems and local life.

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Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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