Marrakesh is the 23rd city in Gummy Drop!.
You arrived in Marrakesh with Gummy driving a four-wheel drive jeep to rebuild the monuments.
After you rebuilt all the monuments, you will travel by a blue helicopter to Bangkok.
|Build all monuments|| x124|
|Intern: Complete all level 1|| x124
|Architect: Complete all level 2|
|Master Builder: Complete all level 3|
|Build 100% of city|| x1,268
This city contains 200 levels, consists of 120 normal levels, 60 side-levels, and 20 Helping Hand levels.
|Artist Jacques Majorelle's eye for color was so keen, the blue he chose to contrast with the green garden is still known as "Majorelle Blue".|
|2||Tanneries Painting Shops||11-20||1,160,000||1,200,000||1,000,000||25|
|Marrakesh's leather tanneries have been in operation since the 11th century. So, apparently, has the stench from the tanneries. It is said to be so strong, visitors are routinely offered branches of spearmint to smell as they tour.|
|3||Bab Agnaou Gates||21-30||2,800,000||1,000,000||1,500,000||35|
|The elaborate gates have reigned over the city since the 12th century, surviving a number of sultans and wars. Ironically, the modern age has proven more of a threat - they are reportedly decaying from the local air pollution.|
|4||Jamaa El Fnaa Square||31-40||660,000||1,000,000||500,000||30|
|The name might translate to "The Square of Dead," but it is one of the liveliest n Marrakesh - with round the clock performances of musicians, fortune-tellers and snake tamers, as well as many varieties of street food available.|
|Given the desert climate, the lush gardens are rarely watered by rain. Instead, the magnificent greenery is entirely irrigated by underground pipes flowing all the way from the Atlas Mountains.|
|The lively crowds of the Marrakesh Market have probably been caught in more pictures than any other outdoor plaza, but film buffs will recall it was the location for one of the most famous movies of all time - 1956's The Man Who Knew Too Much.|
|Dating back to the 1500's, the magnificent tombs were the burial place of such colorful figures as the "mad sultan" Moulay Yazid. The tombs were hidden and forgotten until 1917 - allowing them to be nearly perfectly preserved for their current restoration.|
|The ancient part of the city - or Medina - is often referred to as the "red city." This is not because of a violent past. It's due to the beaten clay from which most of the buildings and ramparts were fashioned.|
|9||Le Palais El Badi||81-90||2,130,000||2,120,000||1,950,000||35|
|The name "Incomparable" might be on the money. Sultan Ahmad I al-Mansur created a palace so remarkably lush; it reportedly took a decade to strip out the valuable finishings when the next sultan decided to build one more to his tastes.|
|10||Koubba Ba Adiyn||91-100||1,945,000||1,800,000||2,160,000||45|
|The ancient site of Marrakesh dates back to the Middle Ages, but devotees still use it today to wash before entering the mosque to pray - using the same water pipe circa 1064.|
|11||Cascades D Ouzoud||101-110||2,960,000||2,120,000||1,140,000||45|
|The glorious falls might be the wrong spot for a romantic proposal. Summer weekends overflow with tourists and families, and your beloved might also be gazed upon by the other frequent visitors - armies of curious monkeys.|
|The mosque is renowned for a rare minaret with four orbs. Legend has it the fourth orb was given to the Saadian ruler Yacoub el Mansour as penance from his wife - who broke her fast during Ramadan.|
Helping Hand levels
Special Item Missions
|#||Levels||Special Item||Image||Reward||Citizen||Character Quote|
|41-50||10 Gummy Guy|
|81-90||10 Gummy Guy|
This track plays while on the city map.
Quotes by Sam
- "Catch the Marrakesh express!"
- "Have a memorable time in Marrakesh!"
- Marrakesh shares its music with Cairo.
- Marrakesh is also known as Marrakech by the French spelling.