Discover the best top things to do in Sale, Morocco including Sale Medersa, Great Mosque of Sale, El Borge, Belghazi Museum, Bab Mellah, Sidi Abdellah Ben Hassoun, Sidi Moussa Doukkali, Bab Antare, Bab Lamrissa, Magic Park.
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Medersa Abu al-Hassan
Medersa Abu al-Hassan, also called Medersa des Merinides is one of few attractions and historical places visited by tourists in Sale’, the twin city with Rabat, capital of Morocco. The Medersa (also spelled Madrassah) was got constructed 700 years ago by great Marinide Sultan Abu al-Hassan Ali (1331-1351 AD) for religious education. It is just adjacent to a great Muslim mosque called “Masjid Azam” constructed in 1030 AD. The Mosque and Madrassah are situated in Rue Ras Chajra in old medina of Sale’. The Rabat metro takes to first metro station of Sale’ called “Bab Marisa” from where one can enter old Medina and reach the Mosque and Madrassah through a maze of streets. This madrassah is a miniature of great Madrassa Bou Inania of Fes. The entry ticket is 10 Dirham. The walls of Madrassah with zellij mosaics and stucco carvings speak of great artistry of the period. The dormitories of the students on the first floor are worth a visit.
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Masjid Azam, Slaa, Rabat is one of the greatest mosques in Morocco. Before construction of Shah Hassan Mosque in Casablanca, it was considered the largest mosque in Morocco. The minaret of this mosque has few parallel in the world. It was constructed 1000 years ago in 1030 AD (420 AH). The Mosque is located in a maze of streets of old medina of Sale'. A 700 year old religious school "Madrassa Abul Hassan" is located just adjacent to the mosque. Very close to the mosque are situated two mausoleums of two great Sufi Saints, Abdullah bin Hassoun and Mohammad Tajaniya.
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this maritine borj was restructed in 1260 by sultan merinide Abou youssef and also was accompaned with restauration of marinitine defender started by Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdallah (1757-11790) for now it's touristic place and you can visited by paying 10 dirhams at the end of your tour and you really like espcially when the sun is shinnig .
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The Belghazi family is a great family of Fès which lived the Belghazi palate since the beginning of the 18th century.
Mr. Mohammed Abdelilah Belghazi, is expert of the Moroccan ethnographic inheritance. Chairman of the Company of Arts of Oudayas, in Saudi Arabia,in Kuwait and Germany in the capacity as architect decorator of the interior and he founder, preserving Museums BELGHAZI in Morocco. First private museums in Africa.
Its a must see museum, that has a lot to teach you with all its amazing colletions of art pieces repatriate from all over the world .
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Bab Mellah is the entrance of the old Jewish quarter on avenue Hassan II. We turned left immediately after entering the gate. At the end of the small alley is Rabbi Shalom Izzawi Synagogue. There are some Jews still living in the Mella, one of them came to open the Synagogue. It was very moving moment when the men joined for a public remembrance pray. The Synagogue is active only for weekends services
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You can only peak through the doors and windows, because nonbelievers may not come in. One man was very nice and turned on the lights inside the mausoleum and opened a window so I could take photos.
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мне честно понравилось...рада что побывала там)) да собственно говоря , сале очень интересный райончик...там можно встретить , как люкс класса дома , машины и тп...так и нищий мир...но не смотря на все это прибывание в Sidi Moussa Doukkali не будет испорчено ничем...конечно морокко не для тех кто хочет просто кушать, спать в отеле и валяясь на пляже, жаря свои булки)))) это колоритная страна , которую надо трогать
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it's beautiful designed that was built in 1261 by al ichbili the architecture and it was made for building ships and fixed it , after the earthquak of lisbon in 1755 the ships stopped to go inside and in 1808 this place changed to mellah jewish neighboorhoud .
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Very old door with very old architecture and great history to tell about this door , it takes your soul when you see and you come back to the old times
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A part le fait que ce park se trouve u bord du fleuve Bouregrag et offore une magnifique vue rien n'est magic dans ce park. L'entré est payante plus si vous n'avait pas d'enfant c'est encore plus cher, la nourriture est pourrie et cher aussi. Les manèges sont vraiment dépassés et y manquent beaucoup d'autres, c'est bientôt 2017 comme-même.
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