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Musee de la Kasbah

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Musee de la Kasbah

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If you are looking for authentic Morocco, away from the beaten tourist routes.<br><br>If group travel is not for you and you want something special and suited to your needs, then you've come to the right site. Tour Morocco is a local company specialized in organizing tailor-made tours and excursions for individuals, couples and small groups. With us you will live a unique experience, your tour in Morocco will turn into an indelible memory that will accompany you forever.
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David M wrote a review Mar 2020
Xativa, Spain53 contributions18 helpful votes
Talk about soaked in history. If you don't learn anything on a visit here, you're either already a professor of Mediterranean history, or illiterate. Everyone in between (and probably the professor too) should spend a couple of hours here.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Marvin G wrote a review Dec 2019
Ogdensburg, New York831 contributions296 helpful votes
The Kasbah Museum takes you back in time with a fantastic collection and rooms designed to emulate the architecture of riads in the city with central courtyards and fountains. exception. The Kasbah Museum has several different types of exhibits which are on display here representing art of all regions of Morocco. These include pottery from the north to impressive rugs hand-made in Rabat. The Fez room is full of silks and hand hammered brass, copper & tin. It's a must visit place. 4.2/5
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Roy055 wrote a review Nov 2019
Newquay, United Kingdom157 contributions99 helpful votes
Enjoyable visit - took plenty photographs of exhibits, have Kasbah Museum booklet, now home to learn far more. The garden was very peaceful, but I think that was going to be short lived as they seemed to be making preparations for a Jazz concert !
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Date of experience: September 2019
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DanielD525 wrote a review Oct 2019
London, United Kingdom1319 contributions345 helpful votes
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Interesting Moroccan heritage that displays a collection mainly on architecture, mosaics, wooden features, gardens, and a typical indoor courtyard, with other art discoveries dating way back. Was initially a palace but was then transformed into a museum around 100 years ago. Unfortunately none of the exhibits are in English. But upon your entrance fee of 20 dhs, you are issued with a small brochure that highlights a fair amount of detail with it all being in English. Photos are allowed here. Overall about an hour is maximum time needed here, including a chill out moment in the gardens where you can meet the resident tortoises. Located on the edge of the Kasbah where lots of the commercial restaurants are, and you'll see the entrance via the big black door. Definitely worth a visit, with the small English brochure being the key to a successful visit..
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Johannes53 wrote a review Oct 2019
San Diego, California62 contributions43 helpful votes
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Wasn't on my list of "must see" in 3 days. Big surprise when we discovered it. Easy location to find. Spend an hour here before drinks/dinner. Well spent Not only Moroccan history but showcases pre-history through early inhabitants, and Berbers, through the Roman history, and finally independence from the Arabs. See the sign that shows both Arabic, Berber and French. Significantly for an architect, an excellent example of mid/late Moroccan Kasbah design showing how the sultan controlled whatever business. A mini palace/bank vault and office for visitors. Apparently older structure that was renovated through the 18th/early 19th century. Fascinating collection of artifacts, and with lots of historic 13-16 century maps that outlining and interpreting the complex/convoluted the trade routes, from the Arab/Moorish point of view. Who and what was traded, and how it was imported, transported (and taxed through Morocco) was a very interesting. Read up on Moroccan history to get a better understanding before you go
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Date of experience: October 2019
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