The Oudaia Kashba, a fortress built by the invincible 17th century Andalusian pirates.
The Royal Palace, the palace of the king and the seat of the government.
The 12th-century Hassan Tower and the unfinished mosque dedicated to the memory of Yacoub el Mansour.
The great Mausoleum of the late king Mohammed V.
The Chellah, with superb monuments, delightful gardens and Roman ruins.
The Oudaias, the Archaeological Museum, the National Museum of Handicrafts and the antique Moorish café.
And of course the wonderful beaches.
Rabat is Morocco’s political and administrative capital and the official residence of the King.
It is a city with a really long history: Yacoub El Mansour, the Almohad, erected his tents there in the 12th century.
Prior to independence, 1956, it was capital of the French protectorate of Morocco.
The Medina, the old part of the city, was built in the 17th century.
Today, Rabat is a modern city where one can find ... More anything.
But the beautiful architecture and traditional treasures of the different populations that have lived in Rabat over the centuries remain as to be seen and admired.
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