Discover the best top things to do in Tangier-Tetouan Region, Morocco including The Nuestra Senora del Pilar Church, Dar Sanaa, Bab el Mahrouk, St. Andrew's Church, Consulate Of Spain, Place du Grand 9 Avril 1947, Gran Teatro Cervantes, Bab El Ansar.
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Anglian church with a fascinating well maintained cemetery beside the building. A reminder of the former British Ex-patriot community that hardly exists today now the congregation is mainly African. I photographed an attractive lady with her baby from Nigeria. (See my photos). The pianist is Scottish South African educated Gordon (photo) the warden is Jerry Butler (photo) accompanied by his Welsh wife Merryll. The priest was an English female locum as the community is dying! Yassim is the knowledge, friendly and helpful caretaker who spoke excellent English. Donations are welcome, books and excellent postcards are on sale. A meeting place on Sunday after the 11.00 service around 11.30ish outside. Visitors of all faiths are welcome. A MUST quiet place to escape the hustle and bustle outside! Service in January (wintertime) only on Sundays at 11.00 am but open to visit during the week. Highly recommended. Go, Go, Go!!
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The Gran Teatro Cervantes was built in 1913 by the Spanish and has undergone little renovation up till now. It is presently closed but is undergoing a revival and will reopen when done. It is a national treasure and will be preserved after years of neglect. The Theater was built to fill the cultural needs of what was then the largest non-Moroccan community in Tangier. However, with WWI beginning the following year, its potential was never reached. You should walk past it to view the tile work and statuary on the art deco facade .
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