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Full Day trip to Chefchaouen & the panoramic of tangier
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Full Day trip to Chefchaouen & the panoramic of tangier

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High up in the Rif mountains, Chefchaouen is a beautiful blue door and white-walled Medina that was originally a "Berber" military outpost.<br><br>In this tour discover the highlight of Chefchaouen and explore the most hidden gems in this beautiful blue painted medina.<br><br>Get introduced to the local culture, History and lifestyle with our local guide<br><br>Back to Tangier by the end of the day<br>
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HINA W wrote a review Jan. 2021
Islamabad, Pakistan6,330 contributions1,940 helpful votes
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After the Kasbah this is the most important building of Chefchaouen. It was built back in the fifteenth century. It has wonderful architecture with an unusual staircase and an octagonal minaret. As it is a functioning mosque, non Muslims cannot enter it.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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AlbertSalichs wrote a review Feb. 2020
Manresa, Spain8,032 contributions729 helpful votes
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Grand Mosque is the main religious building in Chefchaouen. It is located in the Place Outa el Hammam, the main square in the town, which is located in the North of Morocco. It is a beautiful building, but pitifully it is not possible to enter if you are not a Mouslim, so you only can see it from outside, from the main square. Nice, close to the Kasbah. (see also Chefchaouen Medina, Kasbah Museum, Place Outa el Hammam, Rad el Maa Waterfall and Spanish Mosque)
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Marvin G wrote a review Nov. 2019
Ogdensburg, New York813 contributions250 helpful votes
Chefchaouen's Grand Mosque is in classic Moroccan architecture. The mosque, located on the main square has a classic rectangular minaret. It was built in the 15th century by the son of the town’s founder, Ali ben Rachid. The hand painted chandelier with leaves of many colors is gorgeous. While small compared to grand mosques in other cities, it has intimacy and charm that is not present in these larger edifices.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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good feed wrote a review Mar. 2019
Fes, Morocco15 contributions3 helpful votes
on my trip to Morocco and exactly in Chefchaouen, my trip highlights included the big Moorish mosque, it was on Friday, the mosque was packed with people who came to do their prayer, I couldn't go inside, but I took a peek, its beautiful from the inside and the vibrant colors and the wood engravings used in its interior makes it unique and mighty .you should pay it a visit .
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Christina Larkins wrote a review Jan. 2019
Dallas, Texas9 contributions16 helpful votes
Absolutely loved this location - really fascinating place to visit! I did this after my formal tour had concluded since this wasn't included in the program, but really find these types of architectural buildings and structures to be quite stunning! Wasn't the grandest place that we visited (no pun intended!) but did find it really insightful to learn about the culture, see the sights and so forth. Worth a stopover if you have the time.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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