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Ethno Art Shop

19/21 Souk Elkebir, Marrakech, Morocco
212 (0) 24 44 43 87
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Buyer beware!

The items in this store are beautiful. We bought an expensive corner cabinet which was the... read more

Reviewed 24 September 2017
Jeff D
Amazing find!

We stumbled upon this shop/museum/gallery randomly and spent a wonderful hour or two in there. The... read more

Reviewed 25 September 2016
London, United Kingdom
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24 Sep 2017
“Buyer beware!”
25 Sep 2016
“Amazing find!”
19/21 Souk Elkebir, Marrakech, Morocco
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Reviewed 24 September 2017

The items in this store are beautiful. We bought an expensive corner cabinet which was the highlight of our shopping in Morocco. It was too large to carry home, so the store arranged shipping for us. We have still not received the item. We were...More

Thank Jeff D
Reviewed 25 September 2016

We stumbled upon this shop/museum/gallery randomly and spent a wonderful hour or two in there. The owner is very friendly and helpful and keeps revealing more and more rooms packed with beautiful things. Beware - there will be plenty you will want to take home...More

Thank bonnydean
Reviewed 31 October 2015

We had a wonderful experience purchasing a few pieces of jewelry with semi-precious stones in the Berber design. Yes, there was negotiation but that is the Moroccan way. Since I've come home I've worn a few of the pieces to rave reviews. This store is...More

1  Thank kleanthi
Reviewed 7 April 2015

Four preliminary comments: First, I think it might be helpful to provide directions to find Ethno Art. Starting at the large square, Jamaa El-Fna, face north. Walk north from Jamaa El-Fna along Rue Fehl Chidmi/Souk Laksour for approximately 80 yards. Turn right at Derb Dabachi....More

2  Thank SeveralNightsInBKK
Reviewed 21 June 2014

A friend and I were on our way to the museum through the madness of the Souk. I would have loved to look at more shops and stalls but I was tired at been accosted and pushed into sales. This is when we came upon...More

2  Thank Cathy F
Reviewed 9 October 2012

In a souk filled with "the same old stuff" lies Ethno Art Gallery. When you get sick of keychains and knock-off Ray Bans, you need to find it. Youssef was VERY friendly and the selection is breath-taking. He showed us the entire facility including the...More

3  Thank LandFTravel
Reviewed 27 June 2009

Having read the reviews here about the Ethno Art Gallery and only by coincidence finding it, we decided to venture in. The first floor contained various pieces of artwork; paintings, sculpture, furniture, etc... We were amazed. Rachid, our salesman was very helpful and knowledgeable. Regardless...More

11  Thank fs2k2isfun
Reviewed 15 June 2009

this is the place to find a unique piece of traditional Morocan piece of art in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.... We came in that shop attracted by the wonderful items showed in the window and the rest of the shop was amazing! we felt...More

5  Thank flocon28
Reviewed 15 May 2009

The place to find authenticity and quality items On our first trip in april 2008 we decided not to buy anything but after entering Etno Art Gallery we couldn't resist the magnificent carpets and tables. We were welcomed by Mr Chakib in a relaxed friendly...More

1  Thank rietepetit
Reviewed 14 May 2008

Within 2hours of landing in Marrakech I ventured out in to the souks of the medina. Like most westerners who value their personal space it was a culture shock of noise and souk sellers pressuring me in to buying from them by blocking my path...More

6  Thank ChezzaX
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