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the Kasbah in Tangiers

Tangiers, Morocco
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I shall be honored to show you around, a City filled with good, practical advice for independent travelers who don’t want to miss the must-sees as following: The Kasbah: The Kasbah in Tangiers is an absolute must see. It’s one of the city’s main attractions. It was built on the highest point in Tangiers and has excellent views out over the Straits of Gibraltar and neighboring Spain. Within its gates lies a large open courtyard, which leads you up to the Dar el Makhzen – the Sultan’s palace from the 17th century, that now serves as a museum. The building is stunning. Inside you’ll see some beautifully carved wooden ceilings and a marble courtyard. There is also a museum devoted to Moroccan arts and archeology. also, is the former Sultan’s palace deserves to be seen not only for it’s collection of artefacts from the Phoenician to modern times, but also for the building and garden. The tomb of Ibn Battouta, a 14th century famous traveller who was born in Tangier. Cervantes Teatre , Closed and falling to pieces but take a photo from outside the gates as we pass by on the way up to the Grand Socco. The American Legation, The Tangier American Legation Museum (TALM), a thriving cultural center, museum, conference center and library in the heart of the old medina in Tangier, is housed in the only historic landmark of the United States located abroad. The museum exhibits a large collection of art and historical items. It also has a Paul Bowles Wing dedicated to the writer and composer who lived most of his adult life in Tangier. Musée d’Art Contemporain de la Ville de Tanger. Mendoubia Gardens. Former International administration, current Family and Business court. The Medina, Socco Chico and Berber souks(market). The Caves of Hercules – Cave of Africa, The caves has been used as a dwelling since Neolithic times/Archaeological One of Africa’s (and the world’s) greatest lighthouses, marking the southeastern entrance to the Strait of Gibralter from the Atlantic, and thus the northwestern corner of Africa. In international law, the longitude of the Cape Spartel lighthouse (5°55’W) is recognized as the western boundary of the Mediterranean Sea. The lighthouse was built by Sultan Mohammed III and maintained during the colonial period by a consortium of western powers. Now one of Morocco’s best-known tourist attractions, the light station is on the cape about 20 km (13 mi) west of Tanger.

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I shall be honored to show you around, a City filled with good, practical advice for independent travelers who don’t want to miss the must-sees as following:
The Kasbah: The Kasbah in Tangiers is an absolute must see. It’s one of the city’s main attractions. It was built on the highest point in Tangiers and has excellent views out over the Straits of Gibraltar and neighboring Spain. Within its gates lies a large open courtyard, which leads you up to the Dar el Makhzen – the Sultan’s palace from the 17th century, that now serves as a museum. The building is stunning. Inside you’ll see some beautifully carved wooden ceilings and a marble courtyard. There is also a museum devoted to Moroccan arts and archeology. also, is the former Sultan’s palace deserves to be seen not only for it’s collection of artefacts from the Phoenician to modern times, but also for the building and garden.
The tomb of Ibn Battouta, a 14th century famous traveller who was born in Tangier.
Cervantes Teatre , Closed and falling to pieces but take a photo from outside the gates as we pass by on the way up to the Grand Socco.
The American Legation, The Tangier American Legation Museum (TALM), a thriving cultural center, museum, conference center and library in the heart of the old medina in Tangier, is housed in the only historic landmark of the United States located abroad. The museum exhibits a large collection of art and historical items. It also has a Paul Bowles Wing dedicated to the writer and composer who lived most of his adult life in Tangier.
Musée d’Art Contemporain de la Ville de Tanger.
Mendoubia Gardens. Former International administration, current Family and Business court.
The Medina, Socco Chico and Berber souks(market).
The Caves of Hercules – Cave of Africa, The caves has been used as a dwelling since Neolithic times/Archaeological
One of Africa’s (and the world’s) greatest lighthouses, marking the southeastern entrance to the Strait of Gibralter from the Atlantic, and thus the northwestern corner of Africa. In international law, the longitude of the Cape Spartel lighthouse (5°55’W) is recognized as the western boundary of the Mediterranean Sea. The lighthouse was built by Sultan Mohammed III and maintained during the colonial period by a consortium of western powers. Now one of Morocco’s best-known tourist attractions, the light station is on the cape about 20 km (13 mi) west of Tanger.

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