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Travel within the UNESCO Sites of Morocco !! :
Morocco Hikes offers as new a great Trip around the sites of world heritage protected by UNESCO, and for the pleasure of getting you to discover these cultural and architectural as well as historical Sites; We introduce to you a trip of a week which will allow you to see the Morocco far from the touristy and busy paths and see the real Morocco... For details of the Trip and the price please contact us. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) recognizes outstanding cultural and natural sites as World Heritage Sites. UNESCO views these sites as significant to the history of all humanity and catalogues and preserves such sites through this designation. There are 911 recognized World Heritage Sites throughout the world and eight of these significant cultural sites can be discovered on one of many Morocco tours throughout the country. Each heritage site is a well-preserved example of the architectural and cultural landscape of a particular stage in Morocco history.
Fez :
The Medina of Fez was the first site in Morocco to receive World Heritage status. Considered to be one of the most well preserved historic towns in the Arab-Muslim world, the Medina of Fez conserves much of its original architecture and urban heritage despite the evolving effects of modern society. Founded in 789 AD, Fez has maintained its medieval charm and character for more than 1,200 years and has influenced the development of architecture and town planning throughout Northern and Sub-Saharan Africa. The ancient city of Fez is also home to the University of Al-Karaouine, the oldest continuously running university in the world.
Marrakech :
With plenty of impressive monuments such as the Koutoubiya Mosuqe, Bahia Palace and the Place Djemaa el-Fna, the Medina of Marrakesh also earns a spot on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Founded in 1072, Marrakesh still remains a cultural and political center today with a vast influence on the western Muslim world. The city of Meknes is also a recognized site with its exceptional design and towering monumental walls and gates surrounding the city.
Meknes :
Just outside of Meknes lies the Roman Ruins of Volubilis. These ruins are the most-well-preserved archeological site in Morocco and contain very well preserved structures and mosaics that tell the stories of this ancient roman town. In 1997, the Ruins of Volubis were listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Essaouira :
The Ksar of Ait-Ben-Haddou is a remarkable example of the traditional pre-Saharan villages characteristic of Southern Morocco. This fortified city has many earthly colored buildings huddled together closely within the defensive walls of the village. Ait-Ben-Haddou has been listed as a World Heritage Site since 1987, and several films have been shot there including Lawrence of Arabia, The Mummy and Gladiator
Ksar of Ait-Ben-Haddou :
Departure to Casablanca, the largest city and economic capital of Morocco. Orientation tour: Mohamed V square, park of the Arab League, standing at the Grand Mosque Hassan II (optional tour except religious holidays: 120 DH about pay locally). Lunch on the ledge which hosts restaurants, hotels, shops and pavement cafes. Road to Marrakesh by the plain Chaouia.
Mazagan :
The Portuguese City of Mazagan (El Jadida) is the newest addition to Morocco's World Heritage Sites. Recognized because of its blending influences of the European and Moroccan cultures from the 16th to 18th centuries, El Jadida was one of the first settlements in West Africa by Portuguese explorers. Notable monuments include the Church of the Assumption and the Manueline cistern of the El Jadida fortress.
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