Kasbah du Pacha el Glaoui, Telouet

#4 of 16 in Historic Sites in Souss-Massa-Draa Region
Delve into the world of the Lord of the Atlas at Kasbah du Pacha el Glaoui, home to T'hami el Glaoui, the early 20th century governor of Marrakesh and his family. This architectural site with several treed patios was T'hami el Mezouari's family residence from where he ruled the country as a warlord and chieftain of the Glaoua tribe between 1912 and 1956. Overlooking the Imarene River, the residence features typical local and Andalusian-style décor with ornate rooms that showcase the site's former luxury. Explore crumbling passageways and maze-like corridors. The entrance is guarded, but you can ask the guard at the entrance to open the residence and give you a tour (for an adequate tip). Our Telouet trip planner makes visiting Kasbah du Pacha el Glaoui and other Telouet attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • The center of power of the Pasha of Marrakesh, once very respected in this region. charming. Too bad it's so dilapidated. It's always worth a visit.
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  • Go to Tulloeburg have road signs, do not worry about the road. There are many places in Tulloefor that have collapsed, leaving only the earth walls that are missing. Some parts of the fort have been used by residents to use sheep or litter. Driving around, the rough-brow is still outside the fort, how can i get away? It took a moment of rough eyebrows to find out, originally from the hotel in front of the road straight to the entrance. This part may be open to visitors, so it's better than it is, and it's like a castle. To enter a person to twenty dirhams, not counting, and these money is used as a fort repair and maintenance, coarse eyebrows of course intended to pay. Talloie Fort is much larger than you think, and the pile of meals is only a small part of the whole fort. The roof has a passage to the unknown, from the wall ceiling to the floor are white, feeling clear. The passageway is a well-crafted hall, and the color is rich, compared to the white corridor of talent. Historically, this great temple was completed in three years by three hundred slave artisans, with blood and sweat. Speaking of which, only the slave society can produce such beautiful works, real thorns...
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