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FRIDAY COUSCOUS IN DAR KAWA

Nous avons souvent entendu dire que en tant que touriste c’était difficile de trouver un bon couscous traditionnel… Désormais ça ne l’est plus. L’équipe de Dar Kawa vous propose le ” Friday Couscous ” !

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Nature on our table – autumn breakfast in Dar Kawa

We love to bring nature on our table. Big bunches of dates are hanging in the palm trees. They are synonymous of abundance, sweetness, harvest. They are beautiful, colorful and their clusters so heavy and full. They inspire the table in Dar Kawa…

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Fragments of our patio

Those who know Dar Kawa are aware of the fact there is always something new happening in the riad…

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V.Barkowski bed linen – close up

In Dar Kawa, in all the rooms of the riad you will sleep in V.Barkowski bed linen. In Dar Kawa, in all the rooms of the riad you will sleep in V.Barkowski bed linen. Each room has a different set up, other styles, other colors…

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The V.Barkowski store – Marrakech

Valerie Barkowski started to design home textiles in Marrakech 20 years ago. Well known for her work with artisans, you remember probably the multicolored tassels and a whole repertoire of traditional embroideries that she brought back to life but “with a twist”…

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Delphine Warin – New Amazons

All were taken to Dar Essalam during a fantasia, a traditional horse show simulating combat assaults. A custom that one can easily imagine as masculine. But little by little women have hoisted themselves on the horses. Delphine Warin named them “New Amazons” those that challenge, intimidating, who proudly wear their statutes. In her photographs, we perceive the ties that bind these women, strength that drive them. A rare and beautiful series by its honesty and intimacy.

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Mint tea

“Mint tea is : bitter like life, sparkling and sweet like love and death. ” Moroccan proverb

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Beldi Glass

Beldi glass. A tradition. A classic. A must . Since 1973, over 10,000 glasses were leaving a Casablanca factory every day. But he Beldi glass almost disappeared when the workshop closed down.

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Roses

In Dar Kawa they settle here and there. In the fountain of the patio, on the table, in the bedrooms, … A nice detail. A way to welcome our guests.

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Faissal the weaver

A short story on Faissal , son of a weaver artisan in Marrakech who took over the business of his father making scarves with traditional weaving technics

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