List of Tourist Attractions in Morocco
In the middle ages, Morocco ruled Spain and was a centre of wealth and learning for the whole region. The remains of Moorish palaces dot Spain, and in Morocco there are even more reminders of this glory to be seen. In museums, but also in their original settings, the geometric freizes known as ‘arabesques’ can be found and in Morocco are some of the world’s finest. In Marakech, for example, you’ll find the Dar Si Said museum of Morrocan Art, where the richness of the collection will take your breath away.
When you step out of the past into modern Morocco, don’t forget to check out the Medina, the central ‘old town’ district that will house the city’s mosque and usually also a network of alley and narrow streets where you’ll find local merchants with their souks and kissarias, specialised market areas.
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