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The capital of Morocco is steeped in history and possesses several important monuments, such as the Hassan Tower, the largest minaret in the world and also a famous golfing site, Dar es Salaam in close proximity of the city.
The Mausoleum, located opposite the Hassan Tower, is considered a masterpiece of modern Alaouite dynasty architecture. It has a typical green tiled roof and white silhouette. It contains the tombs of King Hassan II and his two sons. The building was completed in 1971 and the King was buried there after his death in 1999.
Hassan Tower was intended as the largest minaret in the world and the Hassan Mosque the largest mosque. The minaret dates from 1195, the mosque, however, was never finished and was additionally destroyed in the 1755 earthquake. Today, the minaret is 50 meters, although the original plan was to build it 80 m tall. The minaret has a different façade on every side, adorned with intricate motifs.
The Royal Dar Es Salaam Golf Course
The world-renowned golf course, the Royal Dar Es Salaam Course is located only 20 minutes from Rabat. The complex of three courses, comprising 45 holes, is situated in 1,000 acre cork tree forest. It also features a superb clubhouse, practice ground, changing facilities, a swimming pool and a restaurant serving French food.