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Yasmin
Yasmin
September 11, 2018
The Chellah is a walled ruin of a town that lies south of the Ville Nouvelle. Designated a World heritage Site in 2012, it is the most popular tourist attraction in Rabat and houses both Roman ruins and a medieval Muslim necropolis. Abandoned in 1154 and damaged further by the Lisbon earthquake in…
Laurent
Laurent
February 16, 2018
So... romantique et instructif
Yousra
Yousra
October 5, 2019
beautiful place i can escort you to on a sunny morning 😍
Simohamed
Simohamed
January 15, 2020
A medieval fortified city buried in the heart of Rabat, Chellah stands as the remains of a pre-Islamic city which was abandoned in 1154 and then built upon by a Merenid Sultan. It is an atmospheric place, full of history and charm. Abandoned buildings and overgrown plants are intertwined with…
Rachdi
Rachdi
October 7, 2018
Landscaped gardens on the site of an ancient citadel featuring Roman ruins & royal tombstones.
Youssef
Youssef
November 29, 2019
La nécropole de Chellah : bâtie en 1339, Chellah était une ancienne agglomération phénicienne, carthaginoise et romaine ; Le site du Chellah fut sans doute la plus ancienne agglomération humaine à l'embouchure du Bouregreg. Les Phéniciens et les Carthaginois, qui ont fondé plusieurs comptoirs au…
Youssef
Youssef
November 12, 2019
bâtie en 1339, Chellah était une ancienne agglomération phénicienne, carthaginoise et romaine ; Le site du Chellah fut sans doute la plus ancienne agglomération humaine à l'embouchure du Bouregreg. Les Phéniciens et les Carthaginois, qui ont fondé plusieurs comptoirs au Maroc, ont probablement…
Philippe
Philippe
December 3, 2018
Un site incontournable de Rabat !
Karam
Karam
November 3, 2019
Chellah is like the best garden of Rabat it's old historical and magical , lot of types of plants and old walls , vintage arabian decor , it's a must see in Rabat . Great sport for your green pictures .
Housni
Housni
March 1, 2020
Il s agit d une ancienne nécropole qui fut au main des romains, des phéniciens, maures .. site emprunt de folklore et de mystère

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