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Mausoleum of Mohammad V

Boulevard Abi Regreg, Rabat, Morocco
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Reviewed March 16, 2016

Mohammad V's mausoleum is an easily accessed work of beautiful Moroccan architecture that's popular with all visitors. It is at the southern end of the expansive plaza shared by the Tour de Hassan; handsomely attired Royal guards are posted outside the entrance doors, and also...More

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Reviewed March 12, 2016

Definitely a highlight of Rabat. They are renovating the Tower across it and the Mosque beside it. You can hear the Koran reading if you are there at the right time.

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Reviewed March 11, 2016 via mobile

Not too far from the kasbah or the souk, so you can combine this into a day trip with them. Artistically spread columns over a large span from the old temple. Hassan tower was surrounded by scaffold when I was there last so I can't...More

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Reviewed March 8, 2016 via mobile

Important place to visit if you go to Rabat . Beautiful decoration , arts , gorgeous inside . And colorful handsome soilder around the gate. So you can take a photos with them too :))

Thank vitu16
Reviewed March 1, 2016

Visit the mausoleum, the mosque, the 200 columns, the remnants of wall and the Hassan Tower all in the same place.

Thank ReneBarreto
Reviewed March 1, 2016

If you are in Rabat just for few hours, this is one of the places you have to visit. Like real palaces, here you can watch all the "officialities" of Morocco: a regal place with honour guards, white horses, lucid brasses, dazzling marbles and so...More

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Reviewed February 24, 2016

Good to see some quiet and well maintained mausoleum. The tomb was well guarded and quite handsome guards. The place is not frequented much at that time but it maybe good for historically inclined people.

Reviewed February 23, 2016

Great experience, very well laid out. The interior is gorgeous and well with the visit. The outside square is also well done with numerous columns.

Thank bigeasymama
Reviewed February 20, 2016

This is a very nice place to pay a tribute to the Fathters of the Moroccan Nation. Very inspiring and imposing a certainr respect.

Thank cascais
Reviewed February 20, 2016 via mobile

Built by Hassan II for his father Mohammad V, it is now the resting place of both of them. It is surrounded by pillars of an ancient and unfinished mosque. There are 3 parts, mausoleum , museum and mosque. The museum was closed when we...More

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August 21, 2017|
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Response from Z N | Reviewed this property |
There is no ticket price to visit. While it is worth a visit, the total tour of the mausoleum and the Hassan tower would not be long. Perhaps 1 hour maximum.
Ray T
April 3, 2017|
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Response from Philiph S | Reviewed this property |
Entrance free ......
December 10, 2015|
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Response from NatalieClaireTravels | Reviewed this property |
It's free to visit the Hassan Tower and the Mausoleum.