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Visit Rabat Maroc

Cultural experiences

Rabat-Sale-Kenitra, a region with many advantages. Rabat "Cultural Capital of the Kingdom" Distinguished by UNESCO as a modern capital and historical city, World Heritage Site with 20 centuries of history to tell you!

The Merinid Medersa

The Merinid Medersa

The merinid madrassah (also called madrassah of Abu Al Hassan) is the only medersa still present in the medina of Salé. It welcomed students from all over the country in their quest for knowledge and learning, despite its small area no more than 180 m².

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The Great Mosque

The Great Mosque

The Almohad Great Mosque “Jamaâ al-Aâdam” stands in the middle of the Talaâ area and oversees almost all the Medina. It is the second oldest mosque of the kingdom after Al Quarawiyn. Built on an area of ​​5 070 m², the Great Mosque of Salé is adorned with 9 doors, the main one was mounted on the wall of the qibla.

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The Medina : the andalusian city

The Medina : the andalusian city

With the Almohade Dynasty (XII Century) the Rabat site is going to start a continuous extraordinary historical journey full of radiance and activity. This, however, did not prevent the city from going through a phase decline, as of 1253, with the advent of the dynasty of Almoravids who had chosen the city of Fez for a capital. In 1609, the Moriscos who were chased away from Spain during the Reconquista...

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Kasba of the Oudayas

Kasba of the Oudayas

Within a fifteen minute walk from the Rabat City Center stands the Casbah of the Oudayas at the Bou Regreg estuary, a real fortress dating back to the XII century. With its monumental Almohade portal, the Kasbah is a gripping site which offers the visitor a never seen before beauty that encompasses the Andalusian style garden, a museum, some riyads and some mosques. The Andalusian influence is omnipresent with the...

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Bab El Had

Bab El Had

The Bab El Had gate is part of the Almohad wall, it was built towards the end of the 12th century by Yaacoub El Mansour. El Had means in Arabic the edge of the sword (7ad Essayf). This gate was so named because it was in front of it that murderers were executed, by decapitation by the sword.

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Mohammed VI Museum

Mohammed VI Museum

Inaugurated on 7 October 2014, the Mohammed VI Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art is the first museum institution in the kingdom to devote itself entirely to modern and contemporary arts. This museum is also the first Moroccan public institution to meet international museographical standards. The MVIM aims to cover the evolution of Moroccan artistic creation in plastic and visual arts, from the early 20th century to date. Since its...

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