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The Moorish Anglican church and its historic graveyard are worth visiting. The caretaker will give... read more

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Lisa H
Old church, great history

St. Andrew's is an active Anglican church that still holds service. It has a rich and unique... read more

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Rue d'Angleterre 50, Tangier, Morocco
00 212 39 31 44 69
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Reviewed yesterday

The Moorish Anglican church and its historic graveyard are worth visiting. The caretaker will give you a tour in various languages and the Church services are poignant. Most of the British parishioners have been replaced with African migrants desperate to reach Europe.

Thank Lisa H
Reviewed 1 week ago

St. Andrew's is an active Anglican church that still holds service. It has a rich and unique history that can be seen in its many old gravestones, both inside the church and on the church grounds

Thank friskycelery
Reviewed 6 May 2018

Another legacy of Tangier's complex colonial history. Still an active church with a unique and purposeful blend of Anglican and Islamic elements

Thank marekw
Reviewed 5 March 2018 via mobile

The place is very close to the "Place 9 juillet". I did a walk on the cemetery outside the church. The carekeeper very agressive asking for money to get inside the church. There are some graves of officials dead on the II WW. Despite that...More

1  Thank JoaoMenesesMachado
Reviewed 17 January 2018

Among everything else that is very north African is this little English church and its yard. You can wander around and see all of the history of the people who have made Tangier over the past couple of centuries. Intriguing and well worth a visit

Thank Cliff T
Reviewed 2 September 2017 via mobile

My husband and I wandered into the lush churchyard to see the church itself. Yassin, the caretaker, let us into the church for €5. He told us some of the history and told us to stay as long as we like. The architecture was really...More

1  Thank TNsnowflake
Reviewed 31 July 2017

Lovely garden in the middle of the Tangier chaos. Beautiful plantings and interesting tomb stones. We did not go into the church

Thank Judy K
Reviewed 12 June 2017 via mobile

This was a pleasure to visit during a long 4-hour walking tour of the Medina and the area around it. The church itself is full of Moorish architecture - typical Moorish arches everywhere, flat elaborately carved wooden ceilings, etc - which are a striking and...More

1  Thank amdgriggs
Reviewed 20 May 2017

We lived the sense of history and place at this church. A simple walk around the garden is a rare glimpse into the history of Tanger and its many influences.

Thank kathyk0l
Reviewed 30 April 2017 via mobile

A small Anglican Church in the Medina of Tangier. Caters for several religions besides Anglican including Catholic, Jewish, Islam, etc. Had a few Irish connections which fascinated me as I am from Dublin. It's a world apart from the area it is located in. Our...More

1  Thank RichardRodgers211873
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