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Jul 10 2012

King Mohammed V Mausoleum, Rabat Morocco

Category: Beautiful Doors,Road TripsLori @ 7:55 pm Comments (4)
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Here are some photos of the beautiful sliding bronze doors at the tomb of King Mohammed V.  It was built in 1971, adjacent to La Tour (Tower) Hassan.  The minaret stands amidst support columns which were once part of a huge mosque destroyed in an earthquake.

 

The Mausoleum:

La Tour Hassan:

4 Responses to “King Mohammed V Mausoleum, Rabat Morocco”

  1. Brendan says:

    Those are incredible, I did some monster 12’+ doors at a mosque in New England but these put those to shame.

    Plus these seem to be pocketed.

  2. Nolan says:

    The 5 Imperial cities. A great trip.

  3. Danny Estryk says:

    Dear Lori:
    are you in the neighborhood and you don’t come over to drink a cup of coffee together?

    • Lori says:

      I think I’m still about 4,000 kilometers away from you, Danny! Believe me, if I was in your neighborhood I’d be asking you for a tour of all the amazing doors!

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