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The Mosque of The Kasbah rises the octagonal minaret of its mosque, adorned with multi-colored zellij. This is one of the most beautiful and best-known mosques in the city, after the Great Mosque and Mohamed V Mosque. Nearby stands the magnificent Dar El Makhzen, currently in use as a museum housing fine collections of Moroccan handicrafts and relics from Volubilis.

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Cap Spartel is the northwest extremity of Africa's Atlantic coast.It is a dramatic nine-mile (14km) drive west from Tangier , where the exact point where the Mediterranean and the Atlantic Ocean meet.its heights benefiting from relatively high levels of rainfall and humidity which favour the growth of vegetation. ... On its promontory stands a lighthouse built in 1865 by order of Sultan Mohammed Ben Abdel Rahman at the behest of foreign diplomats, and housing a collection of old framed photographs depicting lighthouses of the world. The area is a favorite destination for bird watchers. The sunsets from this vantage point are breathtaking.

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The Caves of Hercules

The caves of Hercules, located just 14kms west of Tangiers, are a place of stunning natural beauty and great archaeological significance. Apparently, this is where the mythical figure Hercules used to rest after finishing his 12 labours. In a fit of temporary insanity inflicted by the goddess Hera, ... Hercules killed his own son. As part of his sentence, Hercules had to perform twelve Labors, feats so difficult that they seemed impossible. He became the embodiment of what the Greeks call "pathos", the experience of virtuous struggle and suffering lead to tremendous popularity, fame, and in his case, immortality. Here are his 12 tasks: 1. Slay the Nemean Lion and bring back its fur. 2. Slay the Lernaean Hydra. 3. Capture the Ceryneian Hind. 4. Capture the Erymanthian Boar. 5. Clean the Augean stables. 6. Slay the Stymphalian Birds. 7. Capture the Cretan Bull. 8. Steal the Mares of Diomedes. 9. Obtain the Girdle of Hippolyte. 10. Obtain the Cows of Geryon. 11. Steal the Apples of the Hesperides. 12. Capture Cerberus, the guardian dog of Hades. The mouths of the caves open up onto the Atlantic and are flooded at high tide. When the tide comes in, water gushes up through these massive holes in the ground and hillside. It's very impressive.

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the Kasbah opens onto a narrow street lined with houses lavishly decorated with multicoloured shutters and balconies, and sculpted cherubs.Offering a panoramic view of the bay and the port,At its centre is the Mechouar, where the Pashas used to hold public audiences, its architecture dating from the time of Moulay Ismail. Here also stand the Mosque of the Kasbah and Dar El Makhzen, now a museum, and, on the south side, close to Bab El Assa, the former courthouse of Dar Ech Chera.

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The Petit Socco is one of the most picturesque sites located in the heart of the Medina. The square is crowded and noisy, with cafes lining the terraces where you can enjoy a cup of mint tea. The square has an interesting past where not to long ago it was the centre for male prostitution, pornographic films and drug related activities. Luckily the Petit Socco has cleaned up its act in recent times, but the area is still a little sleazy.

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The Tangier American Legation Located at 8 rue d'Amerique, Tangier. Morocco was the first nation to recognize the United States in 1776, and this building was purchased in 1821 and is the oldest American overseas legation. There are various documents housed in this museum, which retrace the history of the relations between Morocco and the United States. There are ancient doors, maps, paintings and furniture on display. The museum is open Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10am to 1pm and from 3pm to 5pm.

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The Mohammed V Mosque, is dedicated to the memory of King Mohammed V, wholed prayers here, after delivering his historic speech proclaiming the country’s independence from the French and demanding reunification of Tangier with Morocco. the original mosque was transformed into a church by the Portuguese but, after his expulsion of the English in 1684, Moulay Ismail built a second mosque here, which was enlarged by Moulay Slimane in 1815. On 11 April 1947,

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