Historical Sites in Morocco

Wikifun FaceBook Google+ Wikifun Twitter Wikifun Youtube
What you need to know about

WikifunBox Offer a WikiFun Box
Beneficiaries have
5 years to spend them
on any listed Deals !
All Morocco
Arts, Science, Learning Arts, Science, Learning
Arts, Science, Learning
Agricultural education
Art restoration
Artistic activities
Artists & Illustrators
Childrens' development
Communication agencies
Cultural Activities
Cultural Associations
Cultural Events
Educational activities
Educational promenades
High schools
Historical Sites
Kids' activities
Musical activities
Paint-your-own pottery
Plastic Arts
Prep schools
Religious associations
Science classes
Senior associations
Sightseeing tours
Social & humanitarian activities
Students associations
Youth activities
Ball games Ball games
Fun Parks Fun Parks
Health and Beauty Health and Beauty
Hotels Hotels
In and On Water In and On Water
In the Air and Vertical In the Air and Vertical
Indoors Indoors
Medical Medical
On Wheels On Wheels
Outdoors and Nature Outdoors and Nature
Outing Parties and Shows Outing Parties and Shows
Restaurants and Cafes Restaurants and Cafes
Services Services
Shopping Shopping

Historical Sites in Morocco

This is the selection of Historical Sites places in Morocco. These Historical Sites places were published by their management teams in Morocco
To vote for your favorite place

Dar Bellarj  (Marrakech, 40 000)
North of the entrance to the Ben Youssef Medersa is a large wooden door in the crook of the alley emblazoned with a bird's head: this is Dar Bellarj, the ...
     1 votes   Vote     |   Follow this place   |  Post a message

Ben Youssef Medersa  (Marrakech, 40 000)
Entered via a long, mysterious corridor and centred around an impressively tranquil courtyard, the Ben Youssef Medersa is a former Quranic school that was founded in the 14th century, expanded ...
        Vote     |   Follow this place   |  Post a message

Kasbah des Oudaias  (Rabat,  10 000)
The Kasbah Oudayas is originally a fortress built by the Almoravids in the fight against the tribes berghouatas . It becomes important with the Almohads , making it a ribat ...
        Vote     |   Follow this place   |  Post a message

Chellah  (Rabat,  10 000)
The Phoenicians and the Carthaginians, who founded several colonies in Morocco, probably inhabited the banks of the Bou Regreg. Chellah is the site of the ruins of the Roman town ...
        Vote     |   Follow this place   |  Post a message