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Assounna Mosque, Rabat

#5 of 9 in Historic Sites in Rabat
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
The As-Sunna Mosque or Assounna Mosque (among other similar spellings; Arabic: مسجد السنة‎, lit. 'Mosque of the Sunnah') is a large mosque in central Rabat, Morocco. It is one of the largest mosques in Morocco.
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  • This is the Mosque of the Sunnah. It is one of the largest mosques of Morocco. It was constructed by Alaouite Sultan Molay Mohammed Ben Abdullah in 1785. It was renovated twice since then. It’s...  more »
  • The architecture of this place really amazed me. it is the perfect place to explore Moroccan Culture and take good pictures  more »
  • Huge, impressive craftsmanship amust see but tour expensive
  • Got kicked out for not being muslim haha. Discrimination 100%

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