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Mosques in Rabat
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Cities in Rabat
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Historical Monuments in Salé
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The Most Beautiful Mosques
Mosques in Rabat
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Mosques in Rabat
Mosques in Rabat
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Mosques in Rabat
Mosques in Rabat
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Mosques in Salé
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The Most Beautiful Parks
Gardens in Rabat
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Gardens in Rabat
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Gardens in Rabat
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Gardens in Salé
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Gardens in Rabat
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The Best Street Markets
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Flea Markets in Rabat
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The top 154 attractions in Rabat-Salé-Zammour-Zaer

Historical Monuments in Rabat
Kasbah of the Udayas
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It is an enclosure built in ocher-red carved stone, constructed in the 12 century by the Almohads. Formerly it was called "Mehdiya
Of Cultural Interest in Rabat
Medina of Rabat
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In Arabic, the historic center is called "medina," which is the word for "city." Before Rabat fit fully inside the city walls that
Mosques in Rabat
Mausoleum of Mohammed V
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Undoubtedly, the mausoleum is the main landmark in Rabat, and, as far as I'm concerned, the prettiest. The tomb of Hassam II and h
Shopping Centres in Rabat
Rue Souika
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This small market is the souk of species. It's in the street Souika, left, starts a covered walkway, where a dozen micro stores. M
Historical Monuments in Rabat
Hassan Tower
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Hassan Tower stands above the Mausoleum of Mohammed V and is one of Rabat's most famous landmarks (you'll see it on a lot of postc
Ruins in Rabat
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Villages in Rabat
Salé
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Salé is a quiet village that is next to Rabat, just across a river coming from the capital, and from the Hassan II Mausoleum it sh
Of Cultural Interest in Rabat
Port de Peche in Salé
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The small fishing port of Rabat is disappearing, replaced by the marina and the leisure port. Small boats leave in the morning, an
Historical Monuments in Rabat
Salé City Walls
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The walls of Rabat encircle and protect the Medina, the historic center of the city. If you decide to take a train there, go down
Shops in Rabat
Souk es Sebbat (Jewelry Souk)
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The Gold Souk is in the old part of Rabat which is called the medina. It's a small souk which has sellers of gold, silver and prec
Gardens in Rabat
Mechouar Park
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The lavish, enormous Royal Palace's entrance is through "The Mechouar" gardens, which were painstakingly cared for among the major
Cities in Rabat
Salé Medina
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The city of Sale was founded in the tenth century, and was a strategic point on the Moroccan coast. It grew rapidly until it was m
Train Stations in Rabat
Rabat Ville Train Station
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The train station in Rabat Ville is in the centre of town. Trains leave every half hour in the direction of Casablanca, sometimes
Historical Monuments in Rabat
Bank Al-Maghrib
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Al Maghrib Bank is Morocco's central bank. In large cities like Casablanca, Marrakech, and Rabat, there is usually only one branch
Of Cultural Interest in Rabat
Ensemble Artisanal
The traditional artisans' assembly is in front of the entrance to the castle of the Oudayas, in downtown Rabat. It is a point of p
Shopping Centres in Rabat
Rue Des Consuls
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Consuls Street is a place full of history. It is a long pedestrian street leading from the fortified castle of Oudayas to the cent
Palaces in Rabat
Royal Palace of Rabat (Dar al-Makhzen)
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The Dar al-Mahkzen is the Royal Palace of Rabat and the seat of government. It is a relatively new building that was built in 1864
Streets in Rabat
Avenue Mohammed V
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When you leave the train station, if you take a right you'll find yourself on Mohamed V Avenue. Rabat is the capital of The Kingdo