Monuments in Morocca are an amazing and different such as palaces, grand gates, mosques and religious schools
Also, go to the world was talked about monument all over the world
Monuments in Morocca
Hassan II Mosque, Casablanca
Built to celebrate the previous king’s sixtieth birthday, Hassan II house of prayer in port is huge, bold,
and, to some, rather ostentatious. Sitting next to the water,
a part of the house of prayer truly overhangs
the ocean. one among the most important mosques within the world, the mighty prayer hall will hold
twenty five,000 worshippers. in contrast to several of Morocco’s spiritual sites, members of the general public
will observe the lavish interiors as a part of a tour.
The soaring tower reaches 210m (690 linear unit.) into the sky. each within and out, the house of prayer
shows the best Moroccan styles. Master artisans sculptured wood and stone by hand and charge was taken to finish the intense tilework. Gilded edges,
cedar wood, brass, pink granite, sweeping archways,
large chandeliers, and marble options complete the results of grandeur.
Koutoubia Mosque, Marrakesh
It is one of the main symbols of Marrakesh, although non- muslim visitors are not allowed inside the grand mosque,
the soaring minaret. Built from red sandstone, the minaret is one of the best examples of architecture from the Almohad period
Also, it effected other designs around the country and beyond
The tower features complex carvings in the stonework and arches with scalloped edges
Also, there is a wide edging of ceramic tiles near the top and jagged crenellations on top of the walls
EL Bahia Palace, Marrakesh
It means brilliance. It is located among the most exquisite buildings in Morocco
also, It built over a period of 14 years, expert artisans were brought from all over the country to work on the palace
It built in the late 1800s, the palace showcases the Alaouite designs that were popular at that time
Mosque and university of AL Quaraouiyine, Fez
The oldest university in the world, the university of AL Quaraouiyine in Fez can trace its history back to the year 859
It built in a fairly simple style, it has seen many changes, enlargements, and embellishments over the years
Andalusian designs are prominent as Spanish Islamic styles became popular in Morocco, with the arrival of muslims from Andalusia
Geometrical floral patterns, ancient Kufic calligraphy, ornate plasterwork, gleaming marble and ornate domes were all among the early designs
Much work carried out during the Marinid dynasty. Indeed, this was the mosque’s golden age.
Elegant arches, towering columns, and a huge chandelier
added. The original minaret protected
by plaster and bright white paint.
Pavilions were erected in the courtyards during the Saadi dynasty, and much restoration work
undertook by the Alaouites.
Today, the mosque and university showcase not only splendid Moroccan designs, but a blend of styles that were a vogue during different times in the country’s past.