|Top 10 Meknes|
|Medina Walls and Gates|
|Bab Mansour (Mansour Door)|
|Place Lahdim (Lahdim Square)|
|Medersa Bou Inania|
|Mausolee My Ismail|
|Top 10 Volubilis|
|The Roman site among flowers field|
|Basilica and Capitol|
|Storks on culomns|
|Decumanum Maximus - Porte de Tanger|
|Arc of Triomph (Arc de Triomphe)|
|What To Do In Meknes|
|Where is Meknes|
Meknes Volubilis - Morocco
See and do
Medina MeknesTop 10 Meknes
Meknes (Meknes) was the imperial capital for 55 years from 1727 to 1757 under the Sultan Moulay Ismail who transformed it into a mighty capital of Spanish Moorish style. Meknes is declared world heritage by UNESCO due to its great monumental works of the 17th century which today are still well preserved.
Medina Walls and Gates
The Medina of Meknes is the center of the city (the `ancient imperial city) is surrounded by high walls with great doors
Bab Mansour (Mansour Door)
Bab Mansour (Mansour door) is the most important and impressive door of Meknès, corruption was completed in 1732. Located near Piazza Lahdim.
Place Lahdim (Lahdim Square)
The Charming Place Lahdim (Lahdim Square) is the largest and main Meknes. It is the ideal place for lunch or a break for a mint tea in Morocco you should definitely try.
Medersa Bou Inania
In the heart of the Medina of Meknes meet Medersa Bou Inania, one of the finest masterpieces of Meknes. This is an old seminary where young people studying the religion of Islam.
Mausolee My Ismail
The Sultan was buried in Mausoleum My Ismail (Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail). The interior of the building are full of elegant and precious decorations.
VolubilisTop 10 Volubilis
The Archaeological Site of Volubilis was declared World Heritage by UNESCO. Once the capital of Mauritania Volubilis was founded in the 3rd century BC and became an important colonial city of the Roman Empire. The well-preserved archaeological site is situated in a fertile agricultural area near Meknes.
The Roman site among flowers field
Volubilis: perfect balance between the mystery of the ruins, delicate scent of flowers and beauty of green landscapes.
Basilica and Capitol
The two main pieces of the Roman site of Volubilis are the Basilica and the Capitol.
Storks on culomns
Massive nests lie above the columns, here living large, elegant white stork (Ciconia ciconia).
Decumanum Maximus - Porte de Tanger
The Decumanum Maximus (Massimo Decumano) is the largest and most prestigious road leading from Volubilis Taigi Gate (Port of Tangier) of which today only 'a few stones stuck `unsafe, to L` Arc de Triomphe.
Arc of Triomph (Arc de Triomphe)
The Arc de Teiomphe (Arch of Triumph) was wanted by the Town Council of Volubilis in 217 AD in honor of the emperor Caracalla.