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Chellah Gardens Rabat Photoset

Oct 23

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Chellah Gardens Rabat

Chellah is a necropolis and complex of ancient and medieval ruins that lie on Rabat, Morocco dating back 800 years, home to an old Roman town. The Almohad dynasty started using the site as a necropolis, it is the most ancient human settlement on Bou Regreg river located between the cities of Rabat and Sale. The site is also home to Chellah Gardens which are open to the public and offer beautiful landscapes with a mix of flowers, tress, and old ruins which add a mystic scent to area. 

Chellah Gardens Photos

13th Century Mosque Abu Youssef

Mosque Abu Youssef

Chellah Gardens

Chellah Garden

Chellah Gardens Trees

Chellah gardens flowers

Chellah Ruins

Chellah Ruins

Chellah Old Gate

Chellah Old Gate

Oudaïa Gate Rabat

Oudaïa Gate Rabat

Rabat City

Rabat City

 

Tags: Rabat , Chellah
Categories: Morocco travel
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