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Museum of Moroccan Arts

Listed under National History Museums in Tangier, Morocco.

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These charming apartments, decorated with sculpted plasterwork and marble tile, set around a splendid central courtyard, and built to be the governor’s palace, are now the ideal backdrop for some of the most valuable and unique pieces of art from the people of Morocco’s varied regions. Carpets from the Rabat, silks and manuscripts of careful calligraphy from Fez, firearms decorated with inlaid glass designs of flowers and feathers from the north, and jewellery and earthenware pottery from all over are displayed in their regional groupings within the sumptuous apartments.

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