Majorelle Garden, Marrakech, Morocco. These botanical gardens were designed by French painter Jacques Majorelle, 1886-1962, in the 1920s and 1930s. He invented the shade of cobalt blue, known as Majorelle blue, which is used on the buildings and walls. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Majorelle Garden, Marrakech, Morocco. These botanical gardens were designed by French painter Jacques Majorelle, 1886-1962, in the 1920s and 1930s. He invented the shade of cobalt blue, known as Majorelle blue, which is used on the buildings and walls. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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