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Medina Collection

"Exploring the Enchanting Medina: A Journey through History and Culture" Step into the vibrant streets of Medina

Background imageMedina Collection: Morocco, Marrakech, Jardin Majorelle

Morocco, Marrakech, Jardin Majorelle

Background imageMedina Collection: Prince Philip at Lynden Manor with his cousins

Prince Philip at Lynden Manor with his cousins
H.R.H. Prince Philip of Greece (now Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh) pictured with his cousins Lady Tatiana Mountbatten and David, Earl of Medina at the home of his uncle and aunt

Background imageMedina Collection: Royal Palace Door, Fes, Morocco

Royal Palace Door, Fes, Morocco

Background imageMedina Collection: Arab empire, mid-700s

Arab empire, mid-700s
Empire of the Arab Caliphs, middle of the 8th century. Printed color lithograph

Background imageMedina Collection: Tripoli, Libya; The Castle; now housing the Museum of the Jamahariya as seen from across a small

Tripoli, Libya; The Castle; now housing the Museum of the Jamahariya as seen from across a small lake

Background imageMedina Collection: Lanterns for sale in the Souk, Marrakech (Marrakesh), Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Lanterns for sale in the Souk, Marrakech (Marrakesh), Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Background imageMedina Collection: Jemaa el Fna Square, Medina, Marrakesh, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Jemaa el Fna Square, Medina, Marrakesh, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Background imageMedina Collection: Spices in the souks in the Medina, Marrakesh, Morroco, North Africa, Africa

Spices in the souks in the Medina, Marrakesh, Morroco, North Africa, Africa

Background imageMedina Collection: The Saadian tombs, dating back to the time of the Sultan Ahmed Al Mansour

The Saadian tombs, dating back to the time of the Sultan Ahmed Al Mansour, who died in 1603, The Medina, Marrakesh, Morroco, North Africa, Africa

Background imageMedina Collection: Jemaa el Fna Square, Medina, Marrakesh, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Jemaa el Fna Square, Medina, Marrakesh, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Background imageMedina Collection: Arabic calligraphy and Zellij tilework

Arabic calligraphy and Zellij tilework, Bou Inania Medersa, Medina, Fez, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Background imageMedina Collection: Arabic style colorful wooden door, Fez, Morocco, North Africa

Arabic style colorful wooden door, Fez, Morocco, North Africa

Background imageMedina Collection: Tinghir, Tinerhir, Todra Valley, Morocco, Africa

Tinghir, Tinerhir, Todra Valley, Morocco, Africa

Background imageMedina Collection: Mdina at dusk

Mdina at dusk
City of Mdina at dusk, Malta

Background imageMedina Collection: Marchioness of Milford Haven at Lynden Manor

Marchioness of Milford Haven at Lynden Manor
The Marchioness of Milford Haven, formerly Countess Nada Torby, pictured with her children at her Berkshire home, Lynden Manor

Background imageMedina Collection: Saudi Arabia / Medina 1892

Saudi Arabia / Medina 1892
Medina: general view Date: 1892

Background imageMedina Collection: Portrait of Admiral Sir John Balchin, (1832). Creator: Unknown

Portrait of Admiral Sir John Balchin, (1832). Creator: Unknown
Portrait of Admiral Sir John Balchin, (1832). Portrait of Admiral Sir John Balchin...In the Kings Arms Inn at Godalming. Created an Admiral 1727 and lost on the Victory 1744

Background imageMedina Collection: Alonso Perez de Guman, 7th Duke of Medina Sidonia (1550-1615

Alonso Perez de Guman, 7th Duke of Medina Sidonia (1550-1615). Grandee of Spain, a Knight of the Order of the Golden Fleece since 1581. Commander-in-chief of the Spanish Armada. Engraving. Portrait

Background imageMedina Collection: Polychromed vase. Tomb of Kha. 1400 BC. Egypt

Polychromed vase. Tomb of Kha. 1400 BC. Egypt
Egypt. Polychromed vase sealed with fabric. From the tomb of royal architect Kha (Deir el-Medina). 1400 BC. 18th dynasty. New Kingdom. Egyptian Museum. Turin. Italy

Background imageMedina Collection: Medina, Saudi Arabia - Hajj Pilgrimage - Sacred Carpet

Medina, Saudi Arabia - Hajj Pilgrimage - Sacred Carpet
Medina, Saudi Arabia - Hajj Pilgrimage - The Guard of Honour and Custodians of the Sacred Carpet Date: circa 1905

Background imageMedina Collection: Morocco, Marrakesh-Safi (Marrakesh-Tensift-El Haouz) region, Essaouira. Medina (old town) at dusk

Morocco, Marrakesh-Safi (Marrakesh-Tensift-El Haouz) region, Essaouira. Medina (old town) at dusk, protected by 18th-century seafront ramparts, Skala de la Kasbah

Background imageMedina Collection: Saint Antoninus of Pamiers. Christian missionary and martyr

Saint Antoninus of Pamiers. Christian missionary and martyr
Saint Antoninus of Pamiers. Early Christian missionary and martyr. Patron saint of the cities of Pamiers (France), Palencia and Medina del Campo (Spain). Portrait. Illustration by Llanta

Background imageMedina Collection: Woman in pink, Medina souk, Marrakech, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Woman in pink, Medina souk, Marrakech, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Background imageMedina Collection: Bab Taghzout, Medina, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Marrakech, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Bab Taghzout, Medina, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Marrakech, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Background imageMedina Collection: Seagulls and the medina and ramparts, Essaouira, Atlantic coast, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Seagulls and the medina and ramparts, Essaouira, Atlantic coast, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Background imageMedina Collection: The Medina, Marrakesh, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

The Medina, Marrakesh, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Background imageMedina Collection: Glasses for sale, Souk, Medina, Marrakech, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Glasses for sale, Souk, Medina, Marrakech, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Background imageMedina Collection: Carpets hanging outside shop in the medina, Essaouira, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Carpets hanging outside shop in the medina, Essaouira, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Background imageMedina Collection: Glasses for sale in the souk, Medina, Marrakech (Marrakesh), Morocco, North Africa

Glasses for sale in the souk, Medina, Marrakech (Marrakesh), Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Background imageMedina Collection: Man preparing breakfast

Man preparing breakfast, watched by dogs and a cat, Medina, Venezuela, South America

Background imageMedina Collection: Hats for sale in the souk in the Medina

Hats for sale in the souk in the Medina, Marrakesh (Marrakech), Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Background imageMedina Collection: Saudi Arabia / Medina 19C

Saudi Arabia / Medina 19C
View of Medina

Background imageMedina Collection: Africa, Maghreb, Morocco, Marrakesh Souk selling Spices

Africa, Maghreb, Morocco, Marrakesh Souk selling Spices

Background imageMedina Collection: Brass Shop, Medina, Fez, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Brass Shop, Medina, Fez, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Background imageMedina Collection: Old Medina, Casablanca, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Old Medina, Casablanca, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Background imageMedina Collection: The Saadian tombs, dating back to the time of the Sultan Ahmed Al Mansour

The Saadian tombs, dating back to the time of the Sultan Ahmed Al Mansour, who died in 1603, The Medina, Marrakesh, Morroco, North Africa, Africa

Background imageMedina Collection: Street in the Medina

Street in the Medina, Hammamet, Tunisia, North Africa, Africa

Background imageMedina Collection: View from Ribat of the Medina

View from Ribat of the Medina, Sousse, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Tunisia, North Africa, Africa

Background imageMedina Collection: Interior of the Riad 'Dar Tahra & Spa' hotel in the Fez medina, Morocco

Interior of the Riad "Dar Tahra & Spa" hotel in the Fez medina, Morocco. The medina of Fes was declared UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981

Background imageMedina Collection: Interior of the 'Al-Attarine' madrasa in the medina of Fez, Morocco

Interior of the "Al-Attarine" madrasa in the medina of Fez, Morocco. The medina of Fes was declared UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981

Background imageMedina Collection: Interior of the Nejjarine Museum of Wooden Arts & Crafts, Fez, Morocco

Interior of the Nejjarine Museum of Wooden Arts & Crafts, Fez, Morocco. The medina of Fes was declared UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981

Background imageMedina Collection: A decorated fountain in the Fez medina, Morocco

A decorated fountain in the Fez medina, Morocco

Background imageMedina Collection: The entrance doors of the Fez Royal Palace (Dar El-Makhzen), Place des Alaouites, Fes, Morocco

The entrance doors of the Fez Royal Palace (Dar El-Makhzen), Place des Alaouites, Fes, Morocco

Background imageMedina Collection: One of the entrance doors of the Fez Royal Palace (Dar El-Makhzen), Place des Alaouites, Fes

One of the entrance doors of the Fez Royal Palace (Dar El-Makhzen), Place des Alaouites, Fes, Morocco

Background imageMedina Collection: A decorated door in the Medina of Fez, Morocco. The medina of Fes was declared UNESCO World

A decorated door in the Medina of Fez, Morocco. The medina of Fes was declared UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981

Background imageMedina Collection: Entrance doors of the Fez Royal Palace (Dar El-Makhzen), Place des Alaouites, Fes, Morocco

Entrance doors of the Fez Royal Palace (Dar El-Makhzen), Place des Alaouites, Fes, Morocco

Background imageMedina Collection: Babouches colorful traditional Moroccan slippers on sale in a shop of the medina of Fez, Morocco

Babouches colorful traditional Moroccan slippers on sale in a shop of the medina of Fez, Morocco. The medina of Fes was declared UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981

Background imageMedina Collection: A decorated door in the Medina of Fez, Morocco. The medina of Fes was declared UNESCO World

A decorated door in the Medina of Fez, Morocco. The medina of Fes was declared UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981



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"Exploring the Enchanting Medina: A Journey through History and Culture" Step into the vibrant streets of Medina, a captivating city in Morocco that is steeped in rich history and cultural treasures. Located in Marrakech, this bustling metropolis offers an array of sights and experiences that will leave you spellbound. Begin your adventure at Jardin Majorelle, a stunning botanical garden known for its cobalt blue buildings and exotic flora. As you wander through its serene pathways, immerse yourself in the beauty that inspired French painter Jacques Majorelle. Next, venture towards the Royal Palace Door in Fes, another Moroccan gem. This architectural marvel harks back to the Arab empire of the mid-700s when it served as a grand entrance to royalty's abode. Did you know that even Prince Philip has his own connection to Medina? Discover Lynden Manor where he spent time with his cousins, creating cherished memories amidst picturesque surroundings. Travel further east to Tripoli, Libya where The Castle stands proudly across a small lake. Once a fortress stronghold, it now houses the Museum of Jamahariya—a testament to Libya's fascinating past. Back in Marrakech's medina district lies Jemaa el Fna Square—an animated hub brimming with energy day and night. Lose yourself among snake charmers, street performers, and aromatic food stalls while soaking up authentic North African vibes. The souks within Marrakech's it can treasure troves waiting to be explored. Admire lanterns hanging from every corner or get lost amid colorful spices—these markets offer an immersive experience like no other. Delve deeper into history by visiting Saint Antoninus of Pamiers' shrine—a Christian missionary who left an indelible mark on Medina centuries ago. Pay homage to this martyr whose legacy lives on today. No exploration would be complete without discovering hidden gems such as Alonso Perez de Guman, the 7th Duke Sidonia.