teamSince June 2005, an international archaeological program has been studying Aghmat, the medieval capital of Morocco : archaeological excavations, consolidation, partial restoration and preservation of the excavated remains, preservation and development of heritage resources, presentation of that heritage to local population and tourists, all contribute to study, protect, teach and share this Moroccan heritage of inestimable value.

Today, it is one of the largest archaeological projects in Morocco focusing on the Islamicron and hammam  period and the only one  to combine excavation and restoration of the discovered vestiges, which include the hammam (public bath), the royal palace, and the grand mosque.







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