Marrakech in the 60’s

Beautiful footages of Jemma el Fna square during Market day and the street of the Medina. This short historic documentary presented by British Pathé Pictures portrayed the lifestyle of the “Pearl of the South”, the Red City of Marrakech.

Market day with the exchange of camels and horses, the wood hanging on the streets to dry and the corn sellers that has transport during miles their bags to be sold in Marrakech.

The market was a point of reunion of the population of the surroundings, and sellers came from all over Morocco to sell their products and animals.

A short historic documentary “Marrakech 1960” presented by British Pathé Pictures portrayed the lifestyle of the “Pearl of the South” almost six decades ago.




We are capable of everything we really want

Man cannot discover new oceans

unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore

Andre Gide


A single step

The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step – Lao Tzu

The most important journey is the journey to discover yourself

and this one, as well, takes a thousand miles


Beyond all

“Never hesitate to go far away,

beyond all seas, all frontiers,

all countries, all beliefs.”

Amin Maalouf


Get out there

“Life begins at the end of your comfort zone”

 Neale Donald Walsch

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Volunteer is a differente way of traveling and discovering a new country. Volunteer will make you experience the day-day life of the Moroccan people and culture.

Volunteering will show you the beauty of sharing, learning, teaching and respect of others.

Our volunteering and education organization,

Moove Morocco

focus on the children of the Errachidia’s region, giving them the chance to learn French and English during summer courses and organizing game activities for them. Volunteers will also restore and decorate schools and associations.