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Old April 9th, 2019, 12:59 PM   #141
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Le site archéologique Lixus ouvrira le 20 avril


Annoncée pour le 18 avril, l'ouverture du site archéologique Lixus a été repoussée au 20 avril, dans le cadre de la célébration du mois du patrimoine.

L'ouverture de ce site intervient après la réalisation d’un centre dédié à Lixus et l’aménagement d’un parcours de visite dans le cadre d’un projet archéologique intégré.

Ce site occupe une place de choix dans le patrimoine archéologique national d’autant plus qu’il s’agit de l’une des plus anciennes agglomérations dans l’ouest de la Méditerranée, précise le ministère de la Culture dans un communiqué. La ville a connu durant 22 siècles des phases de développement économique et urbanistique reflétant le brassage des cultures et des civilisations qui a toujours marqué l’histoire du Maroc.

La revalorisation du site et le le lancement de nouvelles recherches archéologiques contribueront à renforcer son attractivité à l'échelle nationale et internationale, pour qu’il devienne un centre de rayonnement culturel aux niveaux local et régional et un pôle touristique par excellence, a ajouté le communiqué.
https://www.medias24.com/le-site-arc...vril-1425.html
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Old May 14th, 2019, 10:46 AM   #142
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https://www.hespress.com/videos/431757.html

At the same moment, money spent for ND de Paris.
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Old May 31st, 2019, 09:41 PM   #143
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Medina de tanger :

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Old May 31st, 2019, 10:25 PM   #144
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Dik najma ma bantliyach dorijin...tgoul rasek nta f Hollywood boulevard...
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Old May 31st, 2019, 11:19 PM   #145
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Je remarque dernièrement que les reconstructions ou réhabilitations des coins disons mineurs, archéologiquement parlant, sont d'une simplicité frôlant souvent la défiguration (cas du parc de Tétouan et Bab Sidi Abdelwahab à Oujda).
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Old June 1st, 2019, 12:01 AM   #146
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Because of ignorant people in charge of the cities, because of corruption...
Whar do you expect from people not even able to manage cemeteries, or to create public toilets? Almost nothing.
You can add to the list the horrible wall of Mehdiya qasbah reconstructed recently and which looks like a mud wall (like those of the city of Tumbunctu) wheresas it was built with stone.
Look at moorish heritage in Spain and you will see the difference.
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Old June 7th, 2019, 12:42 AM   #147
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Réhabilitation des médinas de Meknès et Fès: voici les monuments concernés

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Au total, 1,4 milliard de DH seront mobilisés pour des travaux qui dureront cinq ans et demi.

42 monuments seront rénovés dans l’ancienne médina de Meknès

Signé le 22 octobre 2018 devant le Roi, le programme de valorisation de la médina de Meknès a été lancé pour la période 2019-2023. Il contient des mesures calquées sur celles des médinas de Marrakech, Fès, Salé, Tétouan et Essaouira. Ces mesures coûteront 800 MDH et s’articuleront autour des 3 axes suivants:

- Le premier concerne la réhabilitation de 4 sites historiques (Palais Mansour, Sehrij Souani, Lakri et Qara), de 14 portes monumentales (Bab Mansour, Bab Lakhmiss, Bab Berdiiyyen, Bab Jamaâ El Anouar, Bab Raiss, Bab et Borj Bni Mohammed, Bab Dar Lakbira …), la valorisation des places Lahdim et Mechouar, la restauration de 12 kilomètres de murailles, la rénovation des médersas Filalia et Bouînama, la mosquée de Lalla Aouda, 4 Borjs et enfin 8 fontaines.

- Le deuxième consiste à améliorer l’aménagement de 3 parkings à Bab Rha, place Zine El Abidine et la place de la Chambre d’artisanat.

- Le troisième concerne la réhabilitation de 7 foundouks (Jdis, Tabha, Sultan, Nejjarine, Moulouwine, Zbadi et Kissariat Lahrir), la création de 4 circuits touristiques ainsi que des projets de proximité (2 centres pour femmes et enfin 1 salle d’exposition).
En 2023, l’ensemble de la médina de Fès sera rénovée

Pour Fès, un programme complémentaire de mise en valeur de la médina de la capitale spirituelle a été signé devant le Souverain le 14 mai 2018. L’objectif est de valoriser les projets réalisés et ceux en cours de lancement pour faire entrer la médina de Fès dans le cercle des sites historiques les plus visités au monde.

Prévu pour durer jusqu’en 2023 (66 mois), ce programme concerne 113 sites dont la réhabilitation structurée autour des 6 composantes demandera un budget de 583 MDH:

- Monuments historiques et lieux emblématiques,

- Lieux de culte,

- Artisanat et commerces,

- Lieux de bien-être,

- Réhabilitation du bâti et amélioration du paysage urbain,

- Restauration de Dar El Makina.
https://www.medias24.com/rehabilitat...rnes-1727.html
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Old June 7th, 2019, 12:46 AM   #148
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Restauration de la Medersa Bou Inania de Meknes en cours :

Medersa Bou Inania, Meknes by Tom Chatt, sur Flickr

Medersa Bou Inania, Meknes by Tom Chatt, sur Flickr

Medersa Bou Inania, Meknes by Tom Chatt, sur Flickr
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Old August 26th, 2019, 05:49 PM   #149
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Maison bâtie dans les remparts de Marrakech: Le ministère de la Culture réagit
https://leconomiste.com/flash-infos/...culture-reagit
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Maison bâtie dans les remparts de Marrakech: Le ministère de la Culture réagit
https://leconomiste.com/flash-infos/...culture-reagit
Quelle horreur ! J'ai pas d'autre mot. Ceux impliqués dans cette affaire devraient même passer un séjour en taule.
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Old August 26th, 2019, 08:59 PM   #151
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It says all about the level and the values of the people in charge of the local management.
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Old August 27th, 2019, 02:32 PM   #152
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Je pense que ce thread mériterait d'être transformé en sous-rubrique, histoire de suivre l'évolution de chaque projet de restauration

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Old October 25th, 2019, 04:36 PM   #153
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Look at these monuments left by the Moors: look at the quality of the restoration. Why the heck the restoration works in Spain look far better than the ugly restoration we have most of the time: look at Oujda old town walls, Mehdia citadel walls, etc. They all look like Timbuktu mud walls or clay for children walls,...
These monuments in Spain (or sometimes even in Tunisia =>look at Sousse walls) look 1M times better whereas:
-we have the same people wo built them originally (the Moroccan Almohads)
-we have roughly the same geography/ geology and hence climate..
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Old October 25th, 2019, 05:24 PM   #154
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IMO, some of them look better because they were built by using better materials. The walls in Oujda or in a lot of medinas in Morocco were built by raw rocks + mixture of adobe and sometimes bricks, unlike the walls in Spain or Tunisia where chipped stone was used. This can be observed just by comparing the pictures.
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Old October 25th, 2019, 06:48 PM   #155
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The questions are:
-How the walls looked long time ago? Did they look the same or did our heritage buildings fell victim (them too) of the incompetence and corruption, through the cheated public tenders and the cheap contractors?
-What was the % of each part of the combination (in terms of rocks, adobe, etc.)?

This leads to the question: is it acceptable from a historical point of view to improve the quality of a heritage building bu using stronger construction elements?
These questions have been raised since centuries: look at Carcassonne full reconstruction or even the recent debate about Notre Dame de Paris.
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Old December 1st, 2019, 03:09 PM   #156
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Rabat walls
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Old January 3rd, 2020, 12:12 PM   #157
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Merinids tombs, Fes

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https://www.google.fr/maps/place/Sa%...1!4d-4.9714572

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marinid_Tombs

I don't think they are plans to restore/rebuild these tombs overlooking the city.
They should create a park there, an small museum, a café, a path leading to the old town, and plant some trees.
I don't understand how such a historical spot has not been included in the city's monuments restoration plan.
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