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Mausoleum of Mohammad V

Boulevard Abi Regreg, Rabat, Morocco
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Reviewed 1 week ago

this is an impressive site. the guards are colorfully dressed and will let you take pictures with them.

Thank AlaskanSon
Reviewed 1 week ago

Right next to the Hassan Tour, any tourist visiting Rabat, has to come see the Mohamed 5 Mausoleum where King Mohamed 5 and king Hassan 2 are buried and enjoy some amazing Moroccan ceiling decorations and architecture

Thank Beautiful Moroc... V
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The formality of this place is striking but after all it is a mausoleum. The ceremonial horse mounted guards at the entrance set the tone for your visit here. In addition to Mohammad V, his father and brother, I believe, are also entombed here. Worth...More

Thank David2entres
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Unfortunately the mausoleum was closed due to an impending visit by the king. We would have loved to see it but were given it's history which helped to understand it.

Thank triciac890
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We had a short but nice visit to this important resting place of Moroccos well loved ruler. The small details in the mosaics, wood and tile works are just beautiful! Also fun photo op to pose with the guards.

Thank LaraRay
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Mausoleum was a true representation of the arabian and moroccan culture and tradition. The architectural design was unique. The inside was amazing with its ceramic and marble designs.

Thank Tavel-guru-ma
Reviewed 9 June 2017

interesting place with a very special architecture. See the effects of the sunlight on the floor It is like a pool.

Thank Leo S
Reviewed 7 June 2017

Our tour group stopped at this site. The building itself is magnificent and the interior is comparable. One caution: our guide told us that while in general we were not to take pictures of military personnel, we were more than welcome to take pictures of...More

Thank Ed C
Reviewed 7 June 2017

This place was very interesting. Do not take a tour just wander in and you will see a great place. The guards at the entrances on horseback and the guards at the entrances to the Mausoleum are very nice and willing to pose for pictures....More

Thank wacotom
Reviewed 1 June 2017 via mobile

This is a beautiful monument which is a must see when visiting Rabat. It's located by the Tour Hassan and the square with the pillars and there is no entry fee. You can also see the mounted guards by the entrance during the day.

Thank Livalambchop
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Ray T
3 April 2017|
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Response from Philiph S | Reviewed this property |
Entrance free ......
10 December 2015|
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Response from NatalieClaireTravels | Reviewed this property |
It's free to visit the Hassan Tower and the Mausoleum.
Amanda H
17 February 2015|
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Response from Ed T | Reviewed this property |
I was not aware of any guides at the site. Frankly, there really isn't much to talk about. Read a couple of paragraphs in a guide book and then just wander.