Rabat, the capital of the Kingdom of Morocco, is located along the Atlantic ocean. The first settlement in Rabat, the Chellah, dates back to ancient Roman times. Rabat experienced mixed fortunes, even becoming the headquarter of pirates between the 17th and 19th centuries. In 1913 finally Rabat became the capital of Morocco, as the French relocated the capital from Fes. Rabat has a number of interesting sites, including the beautiful Mohammed V mausoleum, the Chellah archaeological site and the picturesque Kasbah des Oudaias quarter with its white and blue houses.
Mausoleum of Mohammed V photo gallery  - 28 pictures of Mausoleum of Mohammed V
Chellah ruins photo gallery  - 19 pictures of Chellah ruins
Kasbah des Oudaias photo gallery  - 15 pictures of Kasbah des Oudaias
Miscellaneous photos photo gallery  - 13 pictures of Miscellaneous photos
28 photos of the Mausoleum of Mohammed V, a masterpiece of modern Alaouite architecture, and of the Tour Hassan
19 photos of the ruins of the Chellah, an ancient Roman site and fortified medieval necropolis
15 photos of the Kasbah des Oudaias, a fortified city on a hill overlooking the Oued Bou Regreg river
13 miscellaneous photos of Rabat, of its not so old Medina and of the Atlantic coast
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