Visit the final resting place of a Moroccan king and his two royal sons at Mausoleum of Mohammad V, a national landmark of royal tombs and a mosque. Commissioned in 1962 to honor the life of Mohammed V, a ruler best remembered for his efforts in bringing independence to the country, the mausoleum was completed in 1971. Today, it also contains the tombs of King Hassan II and Prince Abdallah, Mohammed's two sons. The carved white exterior exudes an atmosphere of calm, carried on inside by the cool marble and granite interior, where a reader of the Quran sits reciting passages throughout the day. Make Mausoleum of Mohammad V a centerpiece of your Rabat vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Rabat trip itinerary planning site.
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The location of Hassan Tower is beautiful and kept very clean. Unfortunately it was closed due to Covid, but you are still able to see it from the outside and you get some great views of the valley... more »
Pretty disappointing as it is closed; funny how some things are open, some are not, and people in general don't care about covid and take no precautions! As the Chellah is also closed, it is... more »
This looks like a beautiful building. Unfortunately, due to Covid restrictions it is closed to the public. We walked around the site, which includes the Hassan Tower. It was neat seeing the "Horse... more »
Apart from it’s obvious aesthetically pleasing architecture, the other part of this mosque that I loved was that buses of school children visit. Instantly, a place of respect and wonder is transformed by excited kids who refuse to observe the code of silence. The ‘must do’ at the mausoleum is to look up at the beautifully intricate and gilded domed ceiling above - outstanding
One of many tourist stops in Morocco. This was on the way to Fes from the Casablanca Airport. It was great to get out of the car and stretch our legs. They had many beautiful things to see and look at. You will take many pictures so make sure to have enough space!
Not just beautiful but amazingly beautiful . An absolute must to see on your list of places to visit. There is a relaxing feeling when you are going through this magnificent place and the art in every corner of the mausoleum.
Nice place, tower and square with columns are one part and later the mausoleum it's another story, huge tomb for the last king, everything made of marble with soldiers arround. Really deserves the visit
great place u have to get the timing right as they open the other gates to pray and u can go in its every 2 hours tho
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