Marrocos is one of the countries in North Africa with the highest number of places classified as World Heritage by UNESCO. And, not least, places with very diverse historical and architectural heritage. From the medina of Fez or Marrakech to the emblematic Ksar of Ait-Benhaddou, from the archaeological complex of Volubilis to the historical center of Meknès, passing through less visited medina such as Tétouan or Essaouira, there are places of great historical importance in Moroccan territory. Not to mention the beautiful "Portuguese" city of Mazagão, or El Jadida.
Here is the list of places classified by UNESCO as World Heritage in Morocco:
- Medina of Fez (1981)
- Medina of Marrakesh (1985)
- Ksar from Ait-Benhaddou (1987)
- Historical City of Meknes (1996)
- Medina of Tetouan (formerly Titawin) (1997)
- Volubilis Archaeological Site (1997)
- Medina of Essaouira (former Mogador) (2001)
- City of Mazagan (El Jadida) (2004)
- Rabat, Modern Capital and Historic City: A Shared Heritage (2012)
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