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St Andrew's Church is one of the more charming oddities of Tangier...
Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity, a handful of Indian, French and Spanish nuns, work from the Old Spanish Church in the medina...
The aptly named Terrasse des Paresseux provides sweeping views of the port and, on a clear day, Gibraltar and Spain. A set of ancient cannons faces the bay, symbolically warding off usurpers.
Northwest of Pl Mohammed V (the centre of Assilah's small new town) is the Church of San Bartolome...
Assilah’s largely residential medina is surrounded by the sturdy stone fortifications built by the Portuguese in the 15th century and it is these walls, flanked by palms, that have become the town’s landmark
Also known as the Palais de Culture (Palace of Culture) on the seaside of the medina, the palace was built in 1909 by Er-Raissouli and still stands as a testament to the sumptuous life he led at the height of his pow...
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