The jewish heritage in Morocco

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Beaucoup de Juifs sont venus s'installer au Maroc en 300 avant JC et leur population en plein essor d'ici. En 1492, Maroc a également vu des flots de réfugiés juifs en raison de l'expulsion espagnole. Ici, ils ont apprécié la paix et le progrès, mélangé avec le reste du peuple marocain, et partageaient les mêmes droits de justice. Il est pas surprenant que le Maroc l'habitude d'avoir la plus grande communauté juive dans le monde islamique. Vous serez pris en charge à partir de votre hôtel ou riad et aller au quartier juif "Mellah" où vous visiterez le Saadiens Badie Palace, qui remonte au 16ème siècle.

 

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 Many Jews came to settle in Morocco in 300 BC and their population boomed from here.  In 1492 Morocco also saw floods of Jewish refugees because of the Spanish Expulsion. Here they enjoyed peace and progress, mixed with the rest of the Moroccan people, and shared the same rights of justice.  It is no surprise that Morocco used to have the largest Jewish community in the Islamic World. You will be picked up from your hotel or riad and go to the Jewish quarter “Mellah” where you will visit the Saadian Badie Palace which dates back to the 16th century.

 

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 Many Jews came to settle in Morocco in 300 BC and their population boomed from here.  In 1492 Morocco also saw floods of Jewish refugees because of the Spanish Expulsion. Here they enjoyed peace and progress, mixed with the rest of the Moroccan people, and shared the same rights of justice.  It is no surprise that Morocco used to have the largest Jewish community in the Islamic World. You will be picked up from your hotel or riad and go to the Jewish quarter “Mellah” where you will visit the Saadian Badie Palace which dates back to the 16th century.

 

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 Many Jews came to settle in Morocco in 300 BC and their population boomed from here.  In 1492 Morocco also saw floods of Jewish refugees because of the Spanish Expulsion. Here they enjoyed peace and progress, mixed with the rest of the Moroccan people, and shared the same rights of justice.  It is no surprise that Morocco used to have the largest Jewish community in the Islamic World. You will be picked up from your hotel or riad and go to the Jewish quarter “Mellah” where you will visit the Saadian Badie Palace which dates back to the 16th century.

 

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 Many Jews came to settle in Morocco in 300 BC and their population boomed from here.  In 1492 Morocco also saw floods of Jewish refugees because of the Spanish Expulsion. Here they enjoyed peace and progress, mixed with the rest of the Moroccan people, and shared the same rights of justice.  It is no surprise that Morocco used to have the largest Jewish community in the Islamic World. You will be picked up from your hotel or riad and go to the Jewish quarter “Mellah” where you will visit the Saadian Badie Palace which dates back to the 16th century.

 

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