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Hidden treasure after short, beautiful walk

A beautiful stroll of only 30 minutes through the palmery leads you from the old kasbah of Tinerhir... read more

Reviewed 4 August 2018
Martin D
via mobile
Your opportunity to see and feel a Morrocan mosque

A nice walk through the oasis brings you to this old mosque. The guard is your guide and also the... read more

Reviewed 10 May 2018
Ortwin
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Breda, The Netherlands
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4 Aug 2018
“Hidden treasure after short, beautiful walk”
10 May 2018
“Your opportunity to see and feel a Morrocan mosque”
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Reviewed 4 August 2018 via mobile

A beautiful stroll of only 30 minutes through the palmery leads you from the old kasbah of Tinerhir to an even older (and desolated) kasbah. At the entrance you will find an old mosque, the Mosque Ikalalne, guarded by a very friendly man who is...More

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Reviewed 10 May 2018

A nice walk through the oasis brings you to this old mosque. The guard is your guide and also the head of reconstruction. You can see all the insights of this lovely small mosque that has been in use until quite lately. Now it needs...More

Thank Ortwin
Reviewed 2 May 2018

This location was much more enjoyable than the more touristy Todra Gorge. We were led by a local guide through the palm and vegetable fields next to the Todra River in the centre of Tinerhir (Tinghir). He was a delightful man with a wicked grin,...More

Thank J0anned568
Reviewed 8 April 2016

This is one of the few mosques you'll be allowed to visit when in Morocco and it's entirely different. Lovingly restored, this simple mudbrick building with its white pointy cupola is quite enchanting. The guide is knowledgeable (especially if you speak French!) but anyway you'll...More

Thank Bernard B
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