The Hispano-Moorish style Garden, was created in the 1920s by Tranchant De Lunel, Lyautey’s favorite architect, who completely redesigned it and made it what it is today. It is located at the foot of the palace of the Kasbah of Oudayas, former home of the Alawite sultans during their stay in Rabat. Here reigns an atmosphere of beneficial tranquility. Renovated in 2004, this garden, originally of Andalusian style, is increasingly transforming into a French garden, and is the typical example of the riyad we find in Morocco. Here you will find all kinds of flowers and fruit trees: laurel roses, orange trees, banana trees, lemon trees, and datura.
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