Kasbah Tamadot, Morocco

When Richard Branson first bought Kasbah Tamadot it was already a treasure trove of artefacts and antiques brought to Morocco by renowned art collector Luciano Tempo. In addition to the building and grounds, the sale also included a warehouse in the nearby village of Asni stuffed with exquisite doors, vases, objets and pieces of art, many of which you’ll see displayed in the rooms and public spaces.

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