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Kasbah of the Udayas
The Kasbah of the Udayas is a 12th century riverside fortress in Rabat, Morocco. This remarkable fortress citadel dominates the cityscape and offers superb panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean from its acropolis. The inside half of this medieval fortress is hallmarked by an intriguing maze and winding alleys of white-and-blue lanes built in Andalusian style and is a perfect catch for those travelers who want to be left alone to soak in the ambiance of this place.
Located in Rabat, Chellah was an ancient fortified city that was founded by Carthaginians and later conquered by Romans. It was subjugated by Arabs in mid-12th century and was later abandoned for many centuries until it was excavated in 1930s. This medieval city stands somewhat buried in Rabat and is home to a layered presence of Roman and Moroccan artifacts and ruined monuments.
Hassan Tower is the minaret of an incomplete mosque in Rabat, Morocco. Its construction was ordered in 1195 AD by king Yacub al-Mansour who had dreamt of constructing the largest minaret and the mosque in the world. However, the king died four years later and the construction of the mosque and its minaret were halted forever. The mosque was incomplete, and the tower was constructed to a height of 140 feet against that intended at 260 feet - and the same is standing under the sun since 1199 AD. The tower is made of red sandstone, and stands next to the remains of the mosque and a Mausoleum of Mohammed V and his two sons.
Mausoleum of Mohammed V
The Mausoleum of Mohammed V is located opposite the Hassan Tower in Rabat, Morocco. It contains the tombs of the Moroccan king- King Hassan II (who had died in 1999) and his two sons. Completed in 1971, this mausoleum is considered a triumph of modern Alaouite architecture. Another aspect of the Mausoleum of Mohammed V is the tomb chamber that is ornately decorated with zellige tile work to cover the grand marble tomb.