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Beautiful architecture replicating some elements of the Alhambra, but on a smaller scale. Formerly a Pasha's residence, it now houses government offices, so requires permission. Which appears to be readily given, A little gem of a place with its soothing courtyards, fountains and greenery. Great...More
This Palace of the Pasha is a lovely example of the Moorish style of architecture. The relative simplicity of the exterior belies the colorful, delicate craftsmanship adorning the interior. The walls are covered in beautiful tiles, the doorways and ceilings offer an elaborate array of...More
What isn't made as clear as one might like is that one is not allowed in unless one is with a guide. You can only get a guide from the ticket office at the Mohammad Hassan II mosque at the other end of the city....More
Magnificent parliamentary building housing the court of justice. Tourists can only see it externally unless with a prearranged group and a guide. Pleasant courtyard. Great example of Moroccan and Moorish architecture.
The Mahkama du Pacha is on Blvd. Victor Hugo, near the Royal Palace (NOT on Blvd. Mohammed V, as shown on the TripAdvisor map). The small palace is in Moorish style, built from 1948 to 1952; its name can be loosely translated as ‘Pasha’s courthouse’....More