The enclosures and fortifications of Rabat, capital of Morocco, are fully part of its historical heritage. The city was bounded in its history with three main enclosures, built successively in the late twelfth century, in the early seventeenth century and early nineteenth century, respectively under the Almohad dynasty, by the Moors and Alawites Dynasty.
Hassan II Mosque is the fifth largest mosque in the world. Artisans recruited in all cities of the kingdom had 53,000 m2 of carved wood and assembled more than 10,000 m2 of zellige (ceramics) for the place of worship.
In this article we will take you to visit a jewel among many in Morocco, a range distinguished for its special setting: Legzira beach, located in the coastal town of Sidi Ifni.