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My friend and I visited Meknes on a weekend trip. The tile on the door is beautiful and they had a little art gallery inside. If you’re patient you can get a photo of the door. Work stopping by to see.
We were very lucky to find Atimade to guide us through the city of Meknes. The only female guide we had in 2 weeks of touring Morocco and the most knowledgable. Unlike other guides her English was impeccable with almost no accent. She gave us...More
When we arrived there, it is exactly in a sea of people and a hubbub of voices bubbled up. Even the local people, there is a relaxing place for them. This gate is just over the road, that is why no good for whole screen...More
We passed by the impressive Bab Mansour, a monumental gate built during the 18th century with impressively decorated reliefs. Right in front of it stands the large Lahdim Square which had all the hustle and bustle of a large Moroccan city, unfortunately including chained ostriches...More
It was the most beautiful gate we saw in 15 days of travel through Morocco. It gives access to the zone of the imperial city. It is located in a square that, at night, is the center of attractions of the city
For the end of 2018 we (Dutch family of 4, kids 14 and 18) chose to visit Morocco. Fly to Fez and hire a car to drive our way via Meknes and Ouzoud to Marrakech.
We saw a lot of gates in Meknes, but this...More