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le charme de taza haut a 9:30 du mat le 30 avril 09....aux amoureux de taza haut
 
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le charme de taza haut a 9:30 du mat le 30 avril 09....aux amoureux de taza haut. Bab chriaa, Derb gnaoua, Al andalous, El machouar, Deb Tbib, Zenkat haj mimoun....kazdarine
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Ville impériale du maroc - Taza haut
 
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The old town's main thoroughfare is enlivened by the Grain Market and the Souks where wickerwork, tapestries, jewellery, and a great variety of Berber handiwork from the mountains are offered for sale. The road terminates at a square doubling as a parade ground which sports the Al-Andalous Mosque. The Mosque's minaret, constructed in the 14th century, is wider at the top than at its base. Bab el-Qebbour Street crosses the Kissaria (covered marketplace), then leads on to the Market Mosque where it meets up with Bab Jamaa gate, the main point of entry of Taza. Somewhat further south, across from Bab el-Rih, the Wind Gate, a bastion dating from the 16th century closes the ring around the kasbah. Taza's city walls, raised in the 12th century and frequently enlarged on later occasions were equipped with a Borj or fortified tower 26 metres (85 ft) wide at the base by the Saadi Ahmed el-Mansour in the 16th century. The gate with iron grate and the casemates with terraced roofs are clearly influenced by European military architecture of the time.
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amdah nabawiya, Hamid Slimani, Mariage marocain
 
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Chant islamique, amdah nabawiya (امداح نبوية لخيرالبرية محمد صلى الله عليه و سلم)chansons andalouse et poesie arabe. Hamid Slimani
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Taza bas taxi
 
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La balade en taxi a taza bas
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Fadi et Ghassan
 
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Fadi et Ghassan
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Taza Haut
 
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This is Taza Haut, some pictures were taken January 17th 2009 and some were found online and have been added to this video....enjoy it all Brought to you by http://www.justmorocco.com
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les rues de taza haut...Jama'e Lakbir
 
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The vestiges of old civilizations, such as axes of stones, flints cut, ruins of bridges, tombs and necropoles, make it possible to affirm that Taza counts among the oldest inhabited places of the Northern Africa. Perched to 600 m of altitude, on a rock abrupt of the last buttresses of the average Eastern Atlas, Taza dominates and orders the great way of invasion known as the "Corridor of Taza", the only easy passage between the Atlantic and Oujda. The Romans, the Vandals and the Arabs used it to invade the fertile plains of Western Morocco. According to the tradition, the city is said to have been during a long period for the Berber populations of the Atlas a kind of citadel advanced against the invasions. Its pre-contemporary history started with the Idrisside dynasty. Proclaimed Khalif, Idriss I. subjected to their obedience the tribes who lived between Volubilis and the threshold of Taza. It was at that time, that the Ribat de Taza was founded by the Rhiatas, Meknassa and Metalssa. Later, the Almoravides and Almohades build the ramparts which lengthen on 3 km approximately. The Almohadian Sultan Abd-el-Moumen would restore these fortifications to make the city one of the first places of Morocco. After the death of the Alaouite Sultan Moulay Er-Rachid in 1672 Taza lost its status as a capital once and for all, with the exception of the interim "reign" of Bou Hemara. He had gained the support of local Berber tribes and had himself proclaimed Sultan in 1902 in Taza, but was imprisoned by Sultan Moulay Hafid and executed a few years later. When Taza was occupied by French troops in 1914, it was made a garrison town. In the first period of the French Protectorate Taza served as a base and starting point for raids agains the Berbers in the Rif and the Middle Atlas, who tried to found independent states. In 1956 Taza regained some local administrative importance, when it was made the provincial capital of the region. http://www.justmorocco.com/
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Five fingers the movie by Laurence Malkin
 
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The film is fictional, but inspired by and is about a terrorist who captures a Dutch citizen, setting off a thrilling game of one-upsmanship, punctuated by riveting suspense and a dynamite shocker ending. Martijn (Ryan Phillippe) is on a goodwill mission in Morocco when he is stabbed with a syringe and wakes up blindfolded and shackled in a hideout. His captors (Laurence Fishburne and Gina Torres) want information - and they'll do anything to get it. So Martijn had better come up with a plan of action, because he's running out of time ... and fingers.
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Moroccan old house
 
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Old moroccan house, located in Bab Chriaa, an old taza haut street. Enjoy it. Brought to you by http://www.justmorocco.com
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Une nuit avec amdah nabawiya chez hassan a Taza
 
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Une nuit avec amdah du groupe Hamid slimani chez Hassan Elhadri, y'avait des invites comme Noureddine lamrani, Adim et Nasrallahbenhammou, Smail et Naoufel Semlali, Imad benkiran, karim benjilali, Lotfi senhaji, Azzouz Taiymi et autres....
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La vie quotidienne a taza
 
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La vie quotidienne a taza. Une ville d'un taux de chômage le plus élevé, et un miraculeux taux de crime, qui est le plus bas au Maroc. Dima Al hamdo li llah, Dima le beau sourire.
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The Bucket List: Jack Nicholson & Morgan Freeman car race
 
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The Bucket List: Jack Nicholson & Morgan Freeman car race
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Miracles of  Allah Tree  Taza Morocco  الله‎
 
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Miracle: Allah Tree a Rass elma, Taza, Morocco . May 4th, 2009 video. Watch out people, Allah is watching us. Allah (Arabic: الله‎, Allāh, pronunciation is the standard Arabic word for God. While the term is best known in the West for its use by Muslims as a reference to God, it is used by Arabic-speakers of all Abrahamic faiths, including Christians and Jews, in reference to "God".The term was also used by pagan Meccans as a reference to the creator-god, possibly the supreme deity in pre-Islamic Arabia. http://www.lipda.com
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Taza Bas at night
 
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Taza Bas at night. Maroc
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fes, maroc, mosquee tajmou3ti
 
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La mosque tajmou3ti a fes, maroc
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Riad a vendre et a rénover
 
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Riad a vendre a taza...une grande superficie
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Future footballeur marocain - Maroc football - Taza
 
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Future footballeur marocain de Taza, age' de 10 ans. Ce p'tit Ronaldinho des rues est inspire' de beaucoup de joueurs ( Zidane biensur ).....ce joueur peut dribler 3 a 6 joueurs de son age....Alors y-a quelqun ou un club qui voudrait s'occuper de ce talentueux enfant.
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Aharach taza haut
 
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aharach place a taza haut
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eid
 
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eid
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Taza haut Bus...very clean old city
 
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Taza was ranked the lowest in crime nation wide, high rank of joblessness though, isn't it a miracle? think about it. This video was brought to you by: http://www.justmorocco.com
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Marrakech مراكش
 
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Marrakech or Marrakesh (Amazigh: Murakush, Arabic مراكش Murrākush), known as the "Red City", is an important and former imperial city in Morocco. It has a population of 1,070,838 (as of 2004),[1] and is the capital of the mid-southwestern economic region of Marrakech-Tensift-Al Haouz, near the foothills of the snow-capped Atlas Mountains.
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Essaouira sponge and fish market Morocco‎ Maroc
 
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Essaouira, Arabic: الصويرة‎, formerly known as Mogador, its older name) is an isolated city / wilaya in the western Moroccan economic region of Marrakech-Tensift-Al Haouz (#11), on the Atlantic coast.
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Carté: la meilleure vue panoramique de taza haut et les montagnes d'afrique du nord
 
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la meilleure vue panoramique de taza haut et les montagnes d'afrique du nord. Une terre incomparable
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Taza Haut - Maroc
 
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Taza s'est développée autour du couvent fortifié bâti par les Berbères au Xe siècle. Sa position stratégique entre le Rif et l'Atlas, a fait d'elle une place forte militaire convoitée par les peuples venus de l'est, désireux de conquérir les terres marocaines. Taza est passée tour à tour aux mains des dynasties qui ont accédé à la tête du Maroc. Pré-histoire [modifier] Beaucoup d'indices tout autour de la ville attestent de la présence humaine ( Grottes de Loghmari, Le pont de Qarn Ennasrani...). Les fouilles archéologiques entreprises lors de la colonisation française ont apporté beaucoup d'objets qu'on retrouvent aux musée de Taza haut. Idrissides [modifier] L'allégeance des tribus habitant la région de Taza et la vallée de l'Inaouen (Ghiata, Sdarata, Tsoul...) au fondateur de la dynastie Idrisside ont permis à la ville d'être un point stratégique pour l'empire montant. A la mort d'Irdiss II, son fils Mohammed créa une fédération et confia à son fils Daoud le pays de Houara, Tsoul, Meknassa et Ghiata. Daoud s'installa à Taza. Meknassa [modifier] A la chute des Idrisside, Ibn Abi Elafia s'empare de la ville et fonde sa dynastie. Il s'emparera ensuite de Fès et de la majeur partie du Maroc avant d'être défait par les Fatimides. Il se replie alors à Taza, où il y fait bâtir un Ribat. Almoravides / Almohades [modifier] En 1074 le sultan almoravide Youssef Ibn Tachfin prend la ville. Taza demeure sous son autorité tout au long du XIe siècle puis est enlevée en 1132 par le sultan almohade Abd al-Mumin et déclarée capitale provisoire des Almohades. Pour lutter contre les Banû Marin (des Zénètes originaires des régions présahariennes qui fonderont la dynastie des Mérinides cinquante ans plus tard), le sultan almohade fait élever une muraille autour de la médina. Merinides / Saâdiens [modifier] Les puissants remparts sont renforcés au XIVe siècle par les mérinides, puis au XVIe siècle par les saadiens. Alaouites [modifier] Au XVIIe siècle, pour s'ouvrir les portes de Fès, Moulay er-Rachid s'empare de Taza. Il deviendra le premier sultan de la dynastie alaouite, toujours en place aujourd'hui. En 1803, lors de son voyage en Afrique et en Asie, Ali bey déclara : "la ville est entourée de vieilles murailles et la tour de la mosquée s élance au dessus comme un obélisque Le rocher est escarpé en certains endroits et couvert de beaux vergers dans d autres des jardins entourent sa base D un côté une petite rivière qui se précipite de l autre plusieurs ruisseaux qui tombent en cascades un pont à demi ruiné ajoutent à l intérêt du tableau une multitude innombrable de rossignols de tourterelles et d autres oiseaux font de cet endroit un lieu ravissant Les vallées couvertes de moissons abondantes me font croire que les habitants sont plus laborieux que ceux des côtes de la mer (..)" Plus loin dans son livre il déclara : "Je restai campé toute la journée je me rendis à la ville pour assister à la prière publique du vendredi La ville de Teza est la plus jolie de toutes celles que j ai vues dans l empire de Maroc" "C'est la seule où l œil n aperçoit point de ruines Ses rues sont belles les maisons jolies et peintes La principale mosquée est très grande bien construite et ornée d un beau vestibule Il ya plusieurs marchés bien approvisionnés un grand nombre de boutiques et de très beaux ou vergers l eau y est excellente et l air très pur les vivres sont bons d un prix peu élevé et en grande abondance les habitants ont paru être gens d esprit Ces avantages me font préférer la ville de Teza à toutes autres villes de l empire même aux capitales Fez et de Maroc" En 1902, Rogui Bou Hamara (Rogui : prétendant au trône, Bou Hamara l'homme à l'ânesse), un notable de la cour du sultan Abd el-Aziz, revient sous une fausse identité au Maroc après un exil en Algérie. Il se fait passer pour le frère du sultan (Moulay M'hammed) et se fait proclamer sultan à Taza. Sous couvert de pieux sentiments, il conduit les berbères de la région à se révolter contre le vrai sultan. Bou Hamara reste maître de la ville pendant sept ans. Après avoir vendu aux Espagnols des concessions minières, il perd le soutien des tribus de la montagne. Il est capturé en 1909 puis livré aux fauves, fusillé et brûlé à Fès sur ordre du sultan Moulay Abd al-Hafid. Conformément au traité signé le 30 mars 1912, Taza est placée sous protectorat français le 10 mai 1914 et le demeure jusqu'à l'indépendance.
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Road to Rass elma, Taza - North of Africa - Morocco
 
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May 4th 09, a trip to Rass elma, Taza
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La vue deTaza haut et taza bas - la belle vue  de Bab Jemaa
 
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August 2008. Taken for all Twaza whom miss this beautiful city. City of good people. Go Taza Go...
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Moroccan old architecture - Taza - city of thousands of arches
 
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The old town's main thoroughfare is enlivened by the Grain Market and the Souks where wickerwork, tapestries, jewellery, and a great variety of Berber handiwork from the mountains are offered for sale. The road terminates at a square doubling as a parade ground which sports the Al-Andalous Mosque. The Mosque's minaret, constructed in the 14th century, is wider at the top than at its base. Bab el-Qebbour Street crosses the Kissaria (covered marketplace), then leads on to the Market Mosque where it meets up with Bab Jamaa gate, the main point of entry of Taza. Somewhat further south, across from Bab el-Rih, the Wind Gate, a bastion dating from the 16th century closes the ring around the kasbah. Taza's city walls, raised in the 12th century and frequently enlarged on later occasions were equipped with a Borj or fortified tower 26 metres (85 ft) wide at the base by the Saadi Ahmed el-Mansour in the 16th century. The gate with iron grate and the casemates with terraced roofs are clearly influenced by European military architecture of the time.
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P8091316.MOV
 
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Discover north of Africa - Morocco - Taza old city walls
 
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Taza is a city in northern Morocco, about 100 km east of Fez. It has a population of 139,686 (2004 census) and is the capital of Taza Province. Taza city, north-central Morocco. Located south of the Rif Mountains, the city is composed of two formerly separate towns built on separate terraces overlooking a mountain valley. The old town (medina) is at an elevation of 1,919 feet (585 m) above sea level and is surrounded by fortifications; the newer town, established by the French in 1920, is located in a fertile plain at an elevation of 1,460 feet (445 m). Fossil remains indicate that caves in the area were inhabited as early as the Paleolithic Period. The city is located in a mountain pass known as the "Taza Gap", through which successive waves of invaders moved westward onto the Atlantic coastal plains of northwestern Africa. Taza was founded by Miknasa Berbers (approximately at the time of the late 7th century Arab Muslim conquest), who gave allegiance to the Idrisids in 790 and later joined with the Fatimids of Kairouan. The Almoravids took over Taza in 1074 and were replaced by the Almohads in 1132. In 1248 the city was captured by the Marinids. Although Taza barred the route of Turks from Algiers seeking conquest in what is now Morocco, it fell to the French in 1914. The medina houses barbican monuments, mosques, and a 14th-century madrasah (school). Population in 1982 stood at 77,216. Population now estimated about 160,000.
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Wild life in North of Africa - Morocco - Taza
 
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Goats and sheep together ....wild life in a beautiful country side, Morocco. Taza
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le printemps a Taza
 
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le printemps a Taza, Maroc
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Essaouira, الصويرة‎, known as Mogador, Morocco
 
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The Medina of Essaouira (formerly "Mogador") is a UNESCO World Heritage Listed city, as an example of a late 18th century fortified town, as transferred to North Africa. The fishing harbour, suffering from the competition of Agadir and Safi remains rather small, although the catches (sardines, conger eels) are surprisingly abundant due to the coastal upwelling generated by the powerful trade winds and the Canaries Current. There are only a handful of modern purpose-built hotels within the walls of the old city. The medina is home to many small arts and crafts businesses, notably cabinet making and 'thuya' wood-carving (using roots of the Tetraclinis tree), both of which have been practised in Essaouira for centuries. Essaouira is also renowned for its kitesurfing and windsurfing, with the powerful trade wind blowing almost constantly onto the protected, almost waveless, bay. Several world-class clubs rent top-notch material on a weekly basis. Parasols tend to be used on the beach as a protection against the wind and the blowing sand. Camel excursions are available on the beach and into the desert band in the interior. Essaouira is the site of an annual pilgrimage to the grave of Rabbi Chaim Pinto, whose home and synagogue are preserved as an historic and religious site, the Chaim Pinto Synagogue. The Simon Attias Synagogue is also still standing
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La place Bab lakbour a taza haut une vue panoramique
 
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La place Bab lakbour a taza haut une vue panoramique. Taza
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Tkitak parle de Taza et rass elma
 
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Noureddine parle de Taza de tout son coeur
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mediterranean countryside, moroccan farm lifestyle in North of Africa Taza
 
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mediterranean countryside, moroccan farm lifestyle in North of Africa Taza
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Taza Haut: The lost public garden
 
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This garden was a great spot for old and young people...everybody enjoyed.....now it is all destroyed & lost...so where our people gonna go, where they're gonna spend time when they're out of their homes, especially women....You know what we gotta do something about it. We know the people in the government don'tt give a damn thing....This video video was brought to you by: http://www.justmorocco.com/
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Le 20 fevrier 2011 a Aharrache, Taza haut
 
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Le 20 fevrier 2011 a Aharrache, Taza haut. Les citoyens de Taza ......
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A la maison, Hicham, Mehdi, Badr et Tarik. Taza Haut
 
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Un moment agreable avec neveu, Mehdi, Tarik eet Badr
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L'entrée de Jamae Elfna a Marrakech Maroc
 
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L'entrée de Jamae Elfna a Marrakech Maroc
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Boukalal Taza haut la vue panoramique
 
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The vestiges of old civilizations, such as axes of stones, flints cut, ruins of bridges, tombs and necropoles, make it possible to affirm that Taza counts among the oldest inhabited places of the Northern Africa. Perched to 600 m of altitude, on a rock abrupt of the last buttresses of the average Eastern Atlas, Taza dominates and orders the great way of invasion known as the "Corridor of Taza", the only easy passage between the Atlantic and Oujda. The Romans, the Vandals and the Arabs used it to invade the fertile plains of Western Morocco. According to the tradition, the city is said to have been during a long period for the Berber populations of the Atlas a kind of citadel advanced against the invasions. Its pre-contemporary history started with the Idrisside dynasty. Proclaimed Khalif, Idriss I. subjected to their obedience the tribes who lived between Volubilis and the threshold of Taza. It was at that time, that the Ribat de Taza was founded by the Rhiatas, Meknassa and Metalssa. Later, the Almoravides and Almohades build the ramparts which lengthen on 3 km approximately. The Almohadian Sultan Abd-el-Moumen would restore these fortifications to make the city one of the first places of Morocco. After the death of the Alaouite Sultan Moulay Er-Rachid in 1672 Taza lost its status as a capital once and for all, with the exception of the interim "reign" of Bou Hemara. He had gained the support of local Berber tribes and had himself proclaimed Sultan in 1902 in Taza, but was imprisoned by Sultan Moulay Hafid and executed a few years later. When Taza was occupied by French troops in 1914, it was made a garrison town. In the first period of the French Protectorate Taza served as a base and starting point for raids agains the Berbers in the Rif and the Middle Atlas, who tried to found independent states. In 1956 Taza regained some local administrative importance, when it was made the provincial capital of the region. http://www.justmorocco.com
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MOV07717.MPG
 
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Old city wall, Taza haut Bab tai te'
 
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Taza is the oldest city in North of Africa. The vestiges of old civilizations, such as axes of stones, flints cut, ruins of bridges, tombs and necropoles, make it possible to affirm that Taza counts among the oldest inhabited places of the Northern Africa. Perched to 600 m of altitude, on a rock abrupt of the last buttresses of the average Eastern Atlas, Taza dominates and orders the great way of invasion known as the "Corridor of Taza", the only easy passage between the Atlantic and Oujda. The Romans, the Vandals and the Arabs used it to invade the fertile plains of Western Morocco. According to the tradition, the city is said to have been during a long period for the Berber populations of the Atlas a kind of citadel advanced against the invasions. Its pre-contemporary history started with the Idrisside dynasty. Proclaimed Khalif, Idriss I. subjected to their obedience the tribes who lived between Volubilis and the threshold of Taza. It was at that time, that the Ribat de Taza was founded by the Rhiatas, Meknassa and Metalssa. Later, the Almoravides and Almohades build the ramparts which lengthen on 3 km approximately. The Almohadian Sultan Abd-el-Moumen would restore these fortifications to make the city one of the first places of Morocco. After the death of the Alaouite Sultan Moulay Er-Rachid in 1672 Taza lost its status as a capital once and for all, with the exception of the interim "reign" of Bou Hemara. He had gained the support of local Berber tribes and had himself proclaimed Sultan in 1902 in Taza, but was imprisoned by Sultan Moulay Hafid and executed a few years later. When Taza was occupied by French troops in 1914, it was made a garrison town. In the first period of the French Protectorate Taza served as a base and starting point for raids agains the Berbers in the Rif and the Middle Atlas, who tried to found independent states. In 1956 Taza regained some local administrative importance, when it was made the provincial capital of the region. This video and this article was brought to you by: http://www.justmorocco.com/
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Essaouira, الصويرة‎, Morocco Mogador
 
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Archaeological research shows that Essaouira has been occupied since prehistoric times. The bay at Essaouira is partially sheltered by the island of Mogador, making it a peaceful harbor protected against strong marine winds. Essaouira has long been considered as one of the best anchorages of the Moroccan coast. The Carthaginian navigator Hanno visited and established a trading post there in the 5th century BC. Around the end of the 1st century BC or early 1st century AD, Juba II established a Tyrian purple factory, processing the murex and purpura shells found in the intertidal rocks at Essaouira and the Iles Purpuraires. This dye colored the purple stripe in Imperial Roman Senatorial togas. During the Middle Ages, a Muslim saint named Sidi Mogdoul was buried in Essaouira. In 1506, the king of Portugal, D. Manuel I ordered a fortress to be built there, named "Castelo Real de Mogador". The fortress fell to the local resistance of the Regraga fraternity four years later. During the 16th century, various powers including Spain, England, the Netherlands and France tried in vain to conquer the locality. Essaouira remained a haven for the export of sugar, molasses and the anchoring of pirates. The present city of Essaouira was only built during the 18th century. Mohammed III, wishing to reorient his kingdom towards the Atlantic for increased exchanges with European powers, chose Mogador as his key location. He directed his slave, a French engineer, Théodore Cornut, who had been captured and enslaved, and several other European architects and technicians, to build the fortress and city along modern lines. Originally called "Souira", "The small fortress", the name then became "Es-Saouira", "The beautifully designed".
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La ville rouge du Maroc - Marrakech
 
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Marrakech en taxi
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USA vs Brazil 2-3 Final Goal highlights soccer FIFA Confederations Cup 2009 South Africa
 
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JOHANNESBURG - Brazil defended their Confederations Cup title this morning (NZT) with a crushing come-from-behind 3-2 victory to inflict a cruel loss on tenacious underdogs the United States. This video is brought to you by http://www.justmorocco.com/
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