The Chellah Necropolis is a complex dating back to medieval times on the east side of Morocco’s capital city of Rabat. The area has gone from a Phoenician (thanks) trading site to a Roman colony, to a Muslim burying ground and mosque. Today, the area is considered a historic archaeological site and park, open to visitors for a fee.
The mosque’s minaret (tower used to announce the call to prayer), which still stands, was replicated and can be found in Epcot’s Morocco Pavilion.
- Read about our visit to this location and other Moroccan points of interest in our blog post: Treasures of Morocco: Finding Epcot’s Real-Life Landmarks
Address: Quartier Chellah, El Youssoufia, El Youssoufia 10190, Morocco
Visitor Information: TripAdvisor
Quartier Chellah, El Youssoufia, El Youssoufia 10190, Morocco