These dungeons, or "matmores" were reserved to about 300,000 slaves and Christian captives who contributed to build the city.In the XVIII century, prisoners were released & the silos were abandoned.
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Bab el Okla
"One of the seven gates of the Medina is located east of the enclosure. This door was long known as the "Sea Gate", because here we gained access to the road leading to Martil, on the Mediterranean."
La Médina de Tétouan
"The Medina of Tétouan is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is surrounded by a historic wall of 5 km in length and accessed by 7 gates.Its art and architecture which reveal clear Andalusian influence."
"This 17th century building, is itself a reflection of the Hispano-Moresque architecture. The palace is closed to public entry but its main ornate gate can give you a mental idea of what it's beyond."
Created by Saad Bencrimo56 items • 128 followers
Tetouan by ©Jalil
Created by Jalil El Outmani38 items • 5 followers
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