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Old March 4th, 2014, 02:38 PM   #21
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Tangier : Museum of the second world war (for all the spies... that lived there during WW2)

Al-Hoceima or Chefchaouen: Museum of Cannabis (why not )
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Musée du Batha à Fès

L'exposition permanente :

Actuellement le musée présente une nouvelle exposition permanente intitulée « Arts et traditions de vivre de Fès et de ses régions » .

Cette nouvelle conception de l'exposition permanente du Musée renvoie à un ensemble de facteurs historiques et socioculturels qui ont marqué la ville de Fès et sa région le long de son histoire. Elle présente à travers une sélection judicieuse d'objets, l'art de vivre à la fois chaleureux et délicat, les métiers et traditions qui se sont développées au fil des siècles dans des espaces publics et privés aussi bien dans la ville qu'à la compagne.

L'exposition permanente met en scène des thèmes variés de la vie quotidienne citadine et rurale.

1. Les appartements d'honneur de l'Aile Ouest sont réservés aux aspects prépondérants de la vie quotidienne citadine.

a. Salle 1 réservée aux aspects de la vie religieuse et scientifique : des corans et livres de prière, des calligraphies enluminées, des reliures, des astrolabes et autres collections, démontrent que Fès n'a pas usé d'être depuis sa fondation, la demeure du Fikh, de la science et de la piété.
b. Les trois sections de la grande salle d'honneur Ouest (salles 2, 3 et 4) proposent à travers plus de cent objets (broderie, costumes et parures féminines, bijoux, instruments du musique, bois d'ameublement .) les différents aspects de l'art de vivre citadin de Fès. Ces objets évoqueront le degré de raffinement atteint par les habitants de cette ville.
c. Les salles 5 et 6 développent les arts du métal, et font ressortir à travers un répertoire diversifié de formes d'inspiration orientale et andalouse, des traditions ancestrales d'éclairage, culinaires, religieuses ou encore en matière de cavalerieMusée du Batha à Fès


Aperçu Historique :

Le musée fut à l'origine un palais d'audience et une résidence estivale construite à la fin du XIX ème siècle par le Sultan Moulay Hasssan 1 er . La bâtisse fut complétée et embellie par son successeur Moulay Abdel Aziz. Les bâtiments ne sont donc pas très anciens mais les proportions et des arcades, des galeries, des cours et du jardin sont d'une très belle harmonie.

Ce palais fut donc érigé en un musée « Des Arts et Traditions populaires » dès 1915 par la volonté du gouvernement Chérifien et du Protectorat français.
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Old March 4th, 2014, 03:24 PM   #23
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Borj Nord
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Lieu Fès, maroc
Type d’ouvrage Fort
Construction 1588
Matériaux utilisés Pisé
Utilisation De 1588 au début du xxe*siècle
Utilisation actuelle Musée des Armes
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Le Borj Nord ést un fort élevé en 1588 au nord de Fès, au Maroc, sur ordre du sultan Ahmed al-Mansur, dont le plan s'inspire de l'architecture des forteresses portugaises du xvie*siècle. Il était l'un des plus grands postes de surveillance de la ville de Fès et servait également de fabrique de canons.
De plan carré, les quatre coins sont dotés de quatre bastions en forme de fers de lance. La terrasse est conçue de manière à résister au poids et aux tirs des canons.
Ayant servi de caserne puis de prison du temps du Protectorat français, le monument abrite depuis 1963 le Musée des Armes
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Nador museum of Mercedes-Benz
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Nador museum of Mercedes-Benz
A museum of Mercedez-Benz cars with the 240 model (these cars are a legend!)

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Old March 4th, 2014, 04:18 PM   #27
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Ok, sorry

But I was serious about Tangier museum of WW2. I think there is enough material (books, films, objects and stories about spies in Tangier during the 30s-50s for such a museum)
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Old March 4th, 2014, 04:38 PM   #28
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Indeed. It is a godd idea and a "sexy" way to sell the city, to give it a marketing identity.

You often see in Europe (in N America it is the same or even worse i guess) museums for almost everything and almost everywhere. Any little part of wall or old house is "sold" like if it is something unique and extraordinary. This cultural marketing is sometimes ridiculous but let's admit in Morocco it is the opposite: we lack any promotion or emphasis of monuments or cultural habits,...
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Old March 4th, 2014, 06:08 PM   #29
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There will be a rail museum in Oujda, since it's the first city in Morocco to have a rail stations.
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There will be a rail museum in Oujda, since it's the first city in Morocco to have a rail stations.
Absolutely true.
We can figure out a package museum + ticket for the touristic train runing in the Bouarfa line (forgot the name)
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Old March 4th, 2014, 07:58 PM   #31
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^ Le train du desert, je crois.
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Old March 5th, 2014, 01:29 PM   #32
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We can add to the list:

A "museum of the city" for each city, with maps, artefacts, explanations of the inhabitants's origins, local legends, costumes,...
The museum should not be a big one. It can takes place in a dar or ryad of the medina (or in any historical building).

That kind of investment is not so important and can easily be supported by the region or wilaya.
And instead of having dozens of useless local civil servants (http://www.lavieeco.com/news/actuali...es--28710.html) it would be better to pay wages for the guides and a dedicated administrative staff.
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Old March 5th, 2014, 01:35 PM   #33
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Speaking about each city, i think Chefchaouen should have a Museum about The Andalusian Heritage (or something like that).

The city was created by the Andalusians who were expelled from Andalusia in the middle ages...
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Old March 5th, 2014, 01:45 PM   #34
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Speaking about each city, i think Chefchaouen should have a Museum about The Andalusian Heritage (or something like that).

The city was created by the Andalusians who were expelled from Andalusia in the middle ages...
Tetouan and Rabat also share this andalusian heritage.
Rabat is not the most appropriate for hosting that museum because as a capital city it should normally have plenty of other museums.
For me, Tetouan is more appropriate, Chefchaouen has other "arguments" for attracting tourists...

By the way, why proud-of-their-origins rbatis, fassis...or local associations don't create small museums within the old cities, in old houses belonging to them?
These museums can be filled with family artefacts and accessories. Visitors could be charged a symbolic entrance fee in order to help maintain the place.

I visited the Belghazi museum in Bouqnadel and it is nice. If it could be relocated within Rabat or Salé it should be much more attractive.
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^ All the north till Tlemcen share Andalusian Heritage, but Chefchaouen is a city created by 100% Andalusian people, that's why she should have that Museum.
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^ All the north till Tlemcen share Andalusian Heritage, but Chefchaouen is a city created by 100% Andalusian people, that's why she should have that Museum.
All of North Africa shares andalusian heritage. But Morocco has the biggest part ot this legacy.
When expeled moriscos flew mainly to Chefchaouen, Tetouan, Rabat and Salé.

But yes why not in Chefchaouen.




In order to keep the thread clear I think we can create a list with:

Per city:
- existing museums
- proposed musem

Maybe the mods can help here.
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Old March 6th, 2014, 11:44 AM   #37
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Proposal:
Casablanca: museum of XX century architecture
- Different periods and styles could be presented: neo-mauresque, art deco, art nouveau (?)
- Casa Memoire can be associated to the project
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This thread aims at:
- Presenting the list of moroccan museums (existing / planned)
- Proposing some ideas for museums
- Discussing the challenges / problems of museums in Morocco

If the thread already exists, please Mods, take appropriate action.
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