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Rabat highlights

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The tour Hassan mosque

The mosque was built in the late twelfth century by Sultan Yaqub al Mansur (1184-1199). He wanted to build the biggest mosque, but this project was interrupted by his death in 1199 and the mosque remains unfinished and will be devastated by the earthquake of 1755. The remains of the mosque's minaret, a few columns and sections of wall have great style and hint at the scale of the original monument. The minaret, square, raised amid the debris of the four hundred columns, rises to over 44m in height. Walls half a meter thick, forming a gently sloping ramp amount spin around six central components superimposed. Its decor is simple and varied tracery broad and simple.

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Mausoleum of Mohammed V

THE MAUSOLEUM of KING MOHAMMED VNear the Hassan Tower, but centuries apart, here is the Mausoleum Mohamed V whose construction began in 1962. This sovereign led Morocco to independence and Morocco raised him a monument worthy of recognition. No less than 400 craftsmen accomplished this magnificent work. Outside, a magnificent white marble pavilion crowned with green tiles. Inside, a room with beautifully carved, center, the tombstone white onyx based on a block of granite as a polished mirror , Here, everything is luxury and sophistication. The traditional Moroccan art is put on exhibit : under a gilt cupola made of mahogany and Lebanon cedar, arises the Royal sarcophagus of Pakistani white onyx (marble).(visit the Mohammed V mausoleum is open to all).

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THE KASBAH OF THE OUDAYA History stops in Rabat and does not leave. It appears on the corner of an alley, in a stall of oriental slippers and poufs fragrant with the scent of leather, in a carpet auction. It impregnates every stone of the Oudaya Kasbah, fortress of indomitable Andalous Corsairs of XVII century. Nothing is more pleasurable than imagining their exciting lives, delightfully installed at the Moorish coffee, savoring gazelle horns (Moroccan cake) with a mint tea, looking at the boats which dance in the Bou Regreg river at the bottom of the Sale city ramparts

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Medina — Rue des Consuls

Medina's main thoroughfare, lined with cafes and boutiques of Moorish power, she is always busy. It leads to the Grand Mosque which can see the minaret at the bottom right corner of the street, this shrine was rebuilt in the late 19th century Part of the street is covered with reeds that are Sebat souk merchants dominated slippers and leather goods. Turn left.

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Chellah

THE NECROPOLIS OF CHELLAH Situated on the site of the ancient city of Sale, the Necropolis is located 2 km from the city center. Passing through the lovely door, you will discover a site overtaken by an exuberant vegetation. You can distinguish tombs and a stone basin where there are fish and sacred turtles. It was fed by a miraculous source where, according to legend, a golden fish lived. Further on, a minaret has partly maintained its multicolored decor. It is occupied now by storks.

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On the right opens the main entrance of the palace, large stone gatehouse yellow glazed roof tiles. The current Dar el Makhzen, built in 1864 on the site of a palace of the late 18th century, was considerably enlarged until recent years. Inside the palace fall courses and Andalusian patios around which are the Royal Cabinet, the Department of Protocol and Royal House and the Prime Minister. Cross the paved esplanade. On the left stands the Mosque Ahl Fas where King sometimes went to great procession. Friday from 12 h30 to 13 h. Exit through a door méchouar after which you turn right on Avenue Yacoub el Mansour. Bab Zaers cross and follow the small road (hence, very discreetly, at the roundabout) that goes to the speaker Chellah.

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