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Bab Antare is a very old door with very old architecture and great history to tell about this door , it takes your soul when you see and you come back to the old times.

 The great mosque in Sale was completed in 1333, first constructed by the Almohads. It is ranked high in its craftsmanship, being one of the finest buildings from its period of Moroccan history. It stands side by side with the Medersa Abu al-Hassan. The mosque is closed for non-Muslims.

The Belghazi Museum is the first private museum in the country and houses a far larger collection than any state museum. On display are pottery, wood carvings, embroidery, manuscripts, musical instruments, agricultural tools, and weapons. One interesting room is full of Moroccan Jewish art, such as wedding clothes and temple furnishings.

Medersa: Next to large mosque in Salé is situated small but one of the most beautiful and oldest madrasah in Morocco. It was built in the 14 th century under the dynasty of Mérinides. Around the main square with a fountain are ceramic tiled columns. Overhead the walls are covered with intricately carved plasterworks and terminated with carved cedar ceiling. It’s an amazing place where you can find peace, the play of light and many beautiful details. Certainly is worth to visit this place.