Maroc: Volubilis, Moulay Idriss, Meknes, Rabat, Casablanca Maroc with ancient town Volubilis, Moulay Idriss, Meknes, Rabat and the mosque in Casablanca
Whitney Houston in Rabat Morocco Whitney Houston in Rabat Morocco Mawazine 2008 2
DAVID VENDETTA presents "YAMA LAYALI" @ AMNESIA RABAT This was a greaaaaat party ! "YAMA LAYALI" feat libanese diva Haifa Wehbe is one of the top song in David Vendetta's new album, David is a trendsetter ! People loooooove it !
Muslim a rabat - 7yat lmesjoun Allah ytle9 sra7 drari (amine)
spider boy a fbs - rabat parkour-fbs fkih-ben-salah parkour-bm parkour-casa parkour-accrouches-toi parkour-spider-boy parkour-casa-group parkour-rabat parkour-bouje-toi parkour-meknes parkour-knitra parkour-raggada parkour-kech parkour-fr parkour parkour-davide -belle
Mawazine music festival in Rabat Musicians are participating in the events of the eight edition Mawazine Festival Rhythms of the world, followed by a delighted assistance that came in Morocco from many regions around the world.
moroccan fadi7a 5 casa sidi ifni okacha rabat marakech wa i moroccan fadi7a 5 casablanca sidi ifni okacha rabat marakech wa islamah
Market in Rabat, Morocco Walking through a food market in Rabat, Morocco
RABAT Morocco Rabat was once the centre of power of the Almohades. Today it is the capital of Morocco and the government headquarters of King Mohammed The Sixth. The majority of its buildings are linked to the country's historic past and its former sovereigns including the Mausoleum of Mohammed The Fifth. Opposite the Mausoleum is one of the city's best-known landmarks, the Hassan Tower, that rises 44 metres into the sky. In the picturesque quarter of the Kasbah Des Ordains with its whitewashed houses and sky-blue doors and window frames, is the city's oldest mosque. When Marrakech became the country's capital city, Rabat gradually fell into decline until when in 1609, Andalusian Muslims and Jews settled here. An increasing number of people inhabited the Kasbah. The administrative area and likewise named parade ground of Méchouar in the southwest of the town is part of the Cité Royale, a town within a town. Beyond the city's defensive walls, the ancient ruins of Chellah are a reminder of both Pre-Christian and Pre-Islamic times. During the 3rd century BC, the Carthaginians built their first trading establishment here that was later extended and became the famous Roman harbor of Sala. Due to its rich history, architecture and unique ambience, each year this royal city, at the mouth of the Bou Regreg River, enchants thousands of visitors from all over the world.
Rabat 2010 - W-100m © IAAF Meeting International Mohammed VI d'Athlétisme de Rabat Official Results - Women - 100 Metres - Wind : -0.3 m/s 1 Shelly-Ann Fraser JAM 11.13 2 Chandra Sturrup BAH 11.14 3 Tianna Madison USA 11.41 4 Ebony Floyd-Broadnax USA 11.42 5 Schillonie Calvert JAM 11.48 6 Jamaa Chnaik MAR 11.63 7 Natalie Knight USA 11.66 8 Delphine Atangana CMR 11.73
Muslim a rabat - ATamarrod live -=new=- Muslim AKA Lmotamarrid
Rabat and Casablanca Morocco Trip to Rabat and Casablanca
Rabat Rabat Centre
rabat i love marocco very much
fayadan rabat cym qwas chouha galik ach khasak arbat khasna tramway howa li b9a lina 3la zin binya tahtiya li 3andna 2h dyal chta kharb9at danya ou veolia katgolina nahno na3malou lisa3adatikom walirara9ikom bach nthanaw mankom :D:D
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Rabat 2010 - W-400mH © IAAF Meeting International Mohammed VI d'Athlétisme de Rabat 1 Kaliese Spencer JAM 54.89 2 Perri Shakes-Drayton GBR 56.03 3 Elodie Ouédraogo BEL 56.59 4 Hayat Lambarki MAR 56.74 5 Hanna Yaroshchuk UKR 57.05 6 Dominique Darden USA 57.08 7 Phara Anacharsis FRA 57.35 8 Lamiae Lhabze MAR 57.41
FAR Rabat - Maghreb Fes funny penalty Khaled Askri The most stupid goal keeper ever
Tour of Rabat, Morocco This is a tour of the Agdal neighborhood of Rabat, Morocco. Agdal is thought of as the chic, bourgeois area of the city.
Rabat Medina A walk through the markets in the old section of Rabat
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CHELLAH Rabat, Morocco Located on the outskirts of the Moroccan capital of Rabat, a tall and impressive wall of compressed clay encloses the Necropolis of Chellah. This fortress-like construction dates back to the 14th century. The Mereniden leaders, Abou Said and Abou al-Hassan, were responsible for the construction of this mighty structure. The view from the watchtowers is augmented by lush vegetation, a picturesque view that has remained unchanged for several centuries. Numerous paths lead through an array of colorful vegetation in front of the Necropolis, the foundations of which the Carthaginians occupied during the 3rd century. Twisted and seemingly tortured trees add an air of mystique and intrigue to the atmospheric surroundings, while all around there is a magnificent and colorful display of flowers and blossom in the tranquil splendor of this unusual and enchanting place. Today, Chellah's minaret is crowned by a stork's nest, the 'City of the Dead' having become a natural habitat for these wonderfully majestic birds. A large and magnificently decorated gate was the entrance to the Necropolis, the 'City of the Dead', that was established here during Merenides rule. Close to the pulsating capital of Morocco and its population of half a million, Chellah exudes a unique sense of historical mystique and has successfully managed to retain an alluring ambience of historic tranquility.
Muslim a rabat - don't go to sleep & lmafia ezzer9a hhh chi 7aja zayda 3la Saaakht
HASSAN TOWER Rabat, Morocco The 44 metre high Hassan Tower is situated in Rabat, capital of Morocco. The building of the Hassan Tower and the Grand Mosque -- which was planned to be North Africa's largest - were commissioned at the end of the 12th century by the King of the Almohades, Yacoub al-Mansour. However, building of the Mosque was never completed and it gradually fell into decay. Nearby, the magnificent Mausoleum of King Mohammed V and his son, King Hassan II sits. A successful synthesis of traditional artistic craftsmanship and modern architecture, the magnificent mausoleum was designed by a Vietnamese architect. A masculine symbol of Rabat, the Hassan Tower stands proud above the ruins of the unfinished mosque. Together with the Royal Mausoleum, the area around the Minaret unites both past and present.
Amr Diab - Tamally Ma3ak LIVE @ Mawazine Festival, Rabat http
Bab El Had - Rabat Moving from Bab El Had (gate) towards Dïour Jamâa on the BUS. Av Hassan2 - Rabat
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Kachela - Jeb L3ez Wla K7ez Rabat 2008 Kachela - Jeb L3ez Wla K7ez Rabat 2008 - WWW.CASAWAHIP.FR.NR
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MALTA: Rabat-Catacombs, Roman Villa, St Paul's feast, etc Rabat is the suburb of the old City of Mdina and it's home to the famous Catacombs of St. Paul and of St. Agatha. We'll visit these catacombs and also the Roman Villa. We then have a glimpse of the feast of St Paul and afterwards we visit the beautiful St Agatha Museum and the Howard Gardens. Photos by Choy Hong (Jasmine) Grech Video by Alfred & Jasmine Grech, Mosta, Malta. To view our other videos, please search for jasalf5959 © jasalf5959
We Are Golden, Mika @ Mawazine Festival, Rabat, 2010 Mika performing his amazing "we are golden" on OLM Souissi stage of Mawazine Festival Jimmy falls at 0:09
Zoubida Fennich - Habiba Bouziri (Rabat) Zoubida Fennich - Habiba Bouziri (Rabat) Studio 2M 2009
Ms. Whitney Houston-Rabat/Morocco-05/2008 The Inimitable... Real Divas Never Die
La Gare de Rabat-ville (KAC # FAR) Dima FAR
Rabat 2010 - M-200m © IAAF Meeting International Mohammed VI d'Athlétisme de Rabat Official Results - Men - 200 Metres - Wind : +0.2 m/s 1 Wallace Spearmon USA 20.35 2 Steve Mullings JAM 20.75 3 Aziz Ouhadi MAR 20.88 4 Johan Wissman SWE 21.01 5 Brian Dzingai ZIM 21.29 6 Khalid Idrissi Zougari MAR 21.30 7 Mohamed Ashour Khouaja LBA 21.54 Amr Ibrahim Mostafa Seoud EGY DNF
Rabat 2010 - M-400m © IAAF Meeting International Mohammed VI d'Athlétisme de Rabat Official Results - Men - 400 Metres 1 Jermaine Gonzales JAM 45.06 2 Chris Brown BAH 45.32 3 Martyn Rooney GBR 45.45 4 Michael Mathieu BAH 45.63 5 Gary Kikaya COD 45.83 6 Ofentse Mogawane RSA 46.23 7 Marouane El-Maadadi MAR 46.82 Abdelali El Ghchim MAR DQ
RABAT Morocco Rabat is the capital of Morocco and also its royal seat of power. The main residence of King Mohammed the Sixth is a fascinating modern metropolis. Along with its monumental works of art, it is the fourth oldest of the makhzen cities, is also one of Morocco's most important. Cafés and workshops reflect daily life and most of the city's souks are divided into specialized areas with items such as leather goods, blankets and carpets for sale and with a little haggling, it's possible to purchase quality handicrafts at a very modest price! The Kasbah des Udayas was built by Yaqub al-Mansur in the 12th century. It is located at Rabat's most elevated point and is like a village within the city. The eight metre high wall once protected the Kasbah and its inhabitants. The fortress is inhabited to the present day. Barred windows create an Andalusian ambience. The Kasbah is one of the most popular though most expensive addresses in Rabat. Throughout the centuries, the Moroccan coast was dominated by pirates but the might of European colonialists put an end to their dubious activities. The mausoleum of Mohammed V was built in 1967 and the tomb complex contains a mosque, a mausoleum and a small memorial that contains images of the king. At the end of the 12th century, Yaqub al-Mansur constructed the largest mosque in the Maghreb. At a height of 60 metres, its minaret was taller than any other in North Africa. Four hundred columns support the prayer room and it has 14 gates. Rabat is a ...