Casablanca

Casablanca

almost universally referred to as ‘Casa’

  • The King Hassan II Mosque: A relatively new mosque, it’s the largest in Morocco and the third largest in the world–also consisting of the tallest minaret in the world. It is one Continue reading
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Rabat

Rabat

  • Kasbah of the Oudaias, the picturesque medieval Almohadan fortress citadel, with commanding ocean views from the acropolis and refreshing Andalusian gardens on it’s base.
  • Hassan Tower and the Royal Mausoleum, with the Royal Guards
  • Old Medina, with its various Continue reading
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Meknes

Meknes

  • Bab Mansour: Bab means “gate” or “door” in Arabic, and Bab Mansour is the largest and most striking of Meknes’ many gates (27 gates). It’s directly across fromPlace Hedim, the medina’s main square.
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Fez

Fez

Bou Inania madersa المدرسة البوعنانية: a breathtaking 14th-century religious college. The best example of Islamic architecture a non-Muslim can see in Fez, with wooden walls elaborately carved with geometric patterns and Arabic calligraphy, and a beautiful minaret. In Continue reading

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Chefchaouen

Chefchaouen

  • The medina  is the focal point of interest for most visitors to Chefchaouen. Walking around the town with its whitewashed walls, originally decorated in this style by Jewish immigrants, can be a nice change to the hustle and Continue reading
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tangier

Tangier

Tangier is a major city in northern Morocco with a population of about 1,850,000 (2014 estimates). Tangier is situated at the north of country which is closed to Spain, and it’s opened two coastlines (Mediterranean Sea and Continue reading

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