Perhaps one of the most interesting forms of ceramics is that of Safiot pottery. These incredibly ornate masterpieces are simply unbeatable for handcrafted decadence. The skill needed for Safiot pottery is passed down from generation to generation and many still practice this form of pottery today. In fact, visitors can take a course in it wherein they are housed with the family of a Safi ...
The Museum of Moroccan Art (Dar el Makhzen) is located in the Medina of Tangier. The Museum was formerly a palace that was built in the 17th century for the use of the Governor. You can contact the museum on (212 9) 93 20 97 and it is open from Monday to Wednesday at 08:30 am to 18:00 pm.
The Oudaias Museum is located in the historic town of Rabat. It is here that Moulay Ismail constructed his first luxurious mansion that is now home to the museum. This spectacular seventeenth century lodge is known for its breathtaking garden that is a maze of pathways, surrounded by lush vegetation, endless beds of vibrant flowers and beautiful ramparts and fountains.
The Dar Jamai Museum is located in the UNESCO World Heritage town centre of Meknes. Not only are the exhibits that are housed in the museum considered to be masterpieces, but so is the building itself. In the year 1882, construction of the home of the Jamai family was completed. This fine structure later became an important military hospital in 1912. By 1920 the significance of the building ...
Souks and markets are major features of Moroccan life and they are among the countries greatest attractions.