Avenue Allal Ben Abdellah, Rabat, Morocco
The currency museum of the Bank Al-Maghrib
This museum is under the auspices of the major Moroccan bank. It is dedicated to the history of money and displays a variety of coins.
Salé Airport or Rabat–Salé Airport (IATA: RBA, ICAO: GMME) is an international airport located in the city of Salé, serving as well its sister town Rabat, the capital city of Morocco and of the Rabat-Salé-Kénitra region. It is a joint use public and military airport, also hosting the First Air Base of the Royal Moroccan Air Force. The airport is located about 8 kilometres (5 mi) east-northeast of Rabat and about 90 km (56 mi) northeast of Casablanca.
During World War II, the airport was used as a military airfield by both the Royal Air Force and the United States Army Air Forces. The 319th Bombardment Group briefly flew B-26 Marauders from the airfield between 25 April - 1 June 1943. After the Americans moved out their combat units in mid-1943, the airport was used as a stopover and landing field for Air Transport Command aircraft on the Casablanca-Algiers transport route. When the war ended, control of the airfield was returned to civil authorities.
During the early years of the Cold War, the United States Air Force's Strategic Air Command (SAC) used the airport as headquarters for its 5th and 316th Air Divisions. Various SAC aircraft, primarily B-47 Stratojets and KC-97 Stratofreightersused the airport until the United States Air Force withdrew from Morocco in 1957.
Annexe 23eme, (Ceinture verte), Cité Yacoub El Mansour,, Rabat, Morocco
Jardin Zoologique de Rabat
Avenue Moulay Hassan, Rabat, Morocco
Mohamed VI Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art
The Mohammed VI Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MMVI) is one of the 14 museums of the National Foundation of Museums of Morocco. Inaugurated in October 2014, the museum is the first public institution to meet international museum standards. Its main mission is to introduce the general public to modern and contemporary Moroccan and international art. The MMVI covers the evolution of Moroccan and international artistic creation in the plastic and visual arts, from the beginning of the twentieth century to the present day. In its first year of existence, the MMVI welcomed more than 160,000 visitors.
Complexe Sportif Prince Moulay Abdellah El Massira C.Y.M. Rabat، Rabat 10000, Morocco
Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium
Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Rabat, Morocco. It is named after Prince Moulay Abdellah of Morocco. It was built in 1983 and is the home ground of Association sportive des FAR. It is currently used mostly for football matches and it can also stage athletics. The stadium holds 52,000. Since 2008 it is host of the Meeting International Mohammed VI d'Athlétisme de Rabat. It was a confirmed venue for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations until Morocco was stripped of its hosting rights. It was also a venue for the 2014 FIFA Club World Cup.
Avenue Moulay Hassan, Rabat, Morocco
Galerie d'art Espace Expressions CDG
La ceinture verte, Rabat, Maroc
Royal Golf Dar Es Salaam
Just fifteen minutes from the centre of Rabat and our choice of accommodation options, Royal Golf Dar Es Salaam is one of Morocco's truly prestigious golfing institutions, home to two splendid Robert Trent Jones fashioned courses and a regular host to the European Tour's Morocco Open.
51 Avenue Ibnou Sina, Rabat, Maroc
La ceinture verte, Rabat, Maroc
Royal Club Equestre Dar Essalam
Route côtière, Km 62 12050, Skhirat – Maroc
Maroc Telecom, Avenue Moulay Abdellah, Salé, Maroc
Avenue Al Mansour Addahbi, B.P172، Main public entrance on Avenue Moulay Rachid، Rabat 10000, Maroc
Théâtre national Mohammed-V
Avenue Annasr, Rabat, Maroc
Le jardin d'Essais Botaniques
3, kasbah des Oudayas Rabat
Oudayas Surf Club
One of Morocco's original surf clubs, OSCR offers lessons and board hire, and has a swish clubhouse-cafe facing the waves. King Mohammed VI was a founding member.
Boulevard Mohamed Lyazidi, Rabat, Maroc
Hassan Tower or Tour Hassan is the minaret of an incomplete mosque in Rabat, Morocco. Begun in 1195, the tower was intended to be the largest minaret in the world along with the mosque, also intended to be the world's largest. In 1199, Sultan Yacub al-Mansour died and construction on the mosque stopped. The tower reached 44 m (140 ft), about half of its intended 86 m (260 ft) height. The rest of the mosque was also left incomplete, with only the beginnings of several walls and 200 columns being constructed. The tower, made of red sandstone, along with the remains of the mosque and the modern Mausoleum of Mohammed V, forms an important historical and tourist complex in Rabat.
Instead of stairs, the tower is ascended by ramps. The minaret's ramps would have allowed the muezzin to ride a horse to the top of the tower to issue the call to prayer.
Cité Universitaire Rabat, Maroc
Royal Palace - Dar al-Makhzen
Dâr-al-Makhzen is the primary and official residence of the king of Morocco. It is situated in the Touarga commune of Rabat, the national capital.
Avenue Ibn Khaldoun, Rabat, Maroc
Bibliothèque Nationale du Royaume du Maroc
The Bibliothèque Nationale du Royaume du Maroc (previously Bibliothèque Générale and Bibliothèque Générale et Archives) is located in Rabat, Morocco with a branch in Tetouan. It was created in 1924.
Mausoleum of Mohammed V
The Mausoleum of Mohammed V is a historical building located on the opposite side of the Hassan Tower on the Yacoub al-Mansour esplanade in Rabat, Morocco. It contains the tombs of the Moroccan king and his two sons, late King Hassan II and Prince Abdallah. The building is considered a masterpiece of modern Alaouite dynasty architecture, with its white silhouette, topped by a typical green tiled roof, green being the colour of Islam. A reader of the Koran is often present, having his assigned seat. Its construction was completed in 1971. Hassan II was buried there following his death in 1999.
Medina de Rabat
Rue des Consuls
1 Bd Al Marsa , Kasbah des Oudayas
The museum is situated in the opulent lodge built by Moulay Ismail in the XVIIth century as his Rabat residence. The garden is the first of its masterpieces. The exuberance of the vegetation softens the strict geometry of its paths. Flower beds, fountains and ramparts make it the very finest of all andalusian gardens.
At the far end is a room reproducing an ancient Moroccan interior with a vast bay opening onto this glorious spectacle. Cushions in brocade, silk and gold cover the divans all around the room. A little further on, in a cool marble room, stand rows of very old illuminated Korans, jewellery, pottery and musical instruments.
The exceptional carpet collection deserves particular attention. The city style Rabat carpet can have as many as 150,000 stitches per square metre! The craftsmen - or rather the artists - have taken up traditional motifs and developed them inventively. Using a less elaborate technique, the rural carpets, called berbers, demonstrate a powerful sense of composition, colour and ornamentation which is an art of its own with a unique appeal.
Avenue Annakhil, Rabat, Maroc
Maroc Telecom museum
Maroc Telecom museum has a rich collectionof items and old equipment that represent the technological and institutional developments of telecommunications in general and Morocco in particular.
The museum is distinguished by the presentation of the elements of its collection according to a didactic purpose. It was designed to be a real informal learning site.
Most items and equipment exposed work, even the oldest. Visitors can test them with the help of experts from the museum and manipulate the majority of the items. Or watch audio-video guides for a virtual tour of the museum.
Avenue Yacoub el Mansour, Rabat, Maroc
Rabat Archaeological Museum
Rabat Archaeological Museum (Musée Archéologique) is an archaeological museum in Rabat, Morocco. Opened in 1932, it contains the most extensive collection of archaeological artifacts found in Morocco. It contains prehistoric and pre-Islamic collections including an extensive collection of objects uncovered by archaeologists working in Volubilis, Banasa and Thamusida, and were first put on display in 1930-1932. This includes human remains from the middle Palaeolithic period (probably Neanderthals) to the Neolithic (4000 BC). A further find in 1957 saw the museum expand considerably, after which it became a National Museum and it has housed the National Museum collections since 1986. Pre-Roman and Roman civilisations are well represented in the museum with a number of notable Hellenistic-style bronzes such as the Dog of Volubilis, and the marble 'Ephebe Crowned With Ivy and Head of a Young Berber.
Avenue Al Marsa, Rabat Hassan
These gardens, laid out by the French during the colonial period, are located within the Kasbah les Oudaias. Full of fruit trees and bougainvillea, they make a wonderful shady retreat on hot days.
10, rue Beni Mellal , Angle Av Mohamed V. Hassan Rabat
Villa des Arts
Avenue Mohamed VI, Rabat