Marrakech’s Djemma El-Fna is the 3rd World’s Most Beautiful Square

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In a recent worldwide survey made by a travel website for Most Beautiful Square in theMarrakech’s Djemma El-Fna is the 3rd World’s Most Beautiful Square World, Djemaa El-Fna square in Marrakech hooked the 3rd highest rank.
This put Marrakech main square as the most beautiful square in the Arab World and Africa.
Djemaa El-Fna square is a marketplace in Marrakesh’s medina quarter, was established by the Almoravids, a Moroccan Amazigh dynasty, in 1070-1072. This square is among the most bedazzling and diverse places in Morocco one that has fascinated tourists from all corners of the globe.
In the daytime, Djemma el Fna is every Moroccan traveler shopping haven and an interesting, fun place where you can see more of the Moroccan culture. After the day’s end, the true thrill begins. This mystical spot can be easily compared to a land of Arabian fantasies. Considering its vivid and wild characters, Djemaa el Fna is nothing short of bedazzling and astonishing. In the evening, the air is filled with fragrant smoke fumes drawn out off the tasty delicacies marketed in the streets and the jingles of Moroccan music.
The survey on the 10 Most Beautiful Squares in the World made by the travel website is part of a tourism program entitled Travel Ideas featuring the most magical and diverse destinations in the world.
Poland’s Old Town Krakow topped the list, followed by Saint-Marc square in Venice, Italy which ranked second on the list.