The Museum Mohammed VI for the water civilization in Morocco is located in an area of 5 ha, at the entrance of the Palm grove of Marrakech, less than a hundred meters from the Tensift bridge built by Ali Ben Youssef in the early 12th century. This museum has been inaugurated to collect, preserve, interpret, and display items of artistic, cultural and scientific significance for the education of the public. Known for its wealth of artifacts, the Museum is home to an exciting exhibition. Indeed, it is the first Arabic structure dedicated to Moroccan, Arabic and Muslim’s hydraulic heritage. It is a great place for people who are looking for new experiences. This structure was especially intended for visitors of all ages wishing to discover a world of cultural innovation, made exiting by the setting up of an interactive scenography allowing a complete immersion in a scripted environment that modifies the perception of the spectator, who no longer makes the difference between the real world and the virtual one.
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