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The Southern Atlantic Coast Sights

Farq Lehbab

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Updated 09/08/2014

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The entrance to the neighborhood known as Farq Lehbab, the "loved ones' parting place," is marked by a mosque. In the 16th century, it is said, five holy men reached this spot after years of religious study in Baghdad; each threw a stone, and each settled where his rock landed. The best loved of these saints are Sidi Beni Yaqoub, of the province of Tata; Sidi ou Sidi, who stayed in Taroudant; and Sidi Ahmed ou Moussa, who went on to Tazeroualt (in the province of Tiznit).

The mosque is two minutes' walk from Dar Baroud and is found at the edge of a small square near the eastern end of Av. du 20 Août, where it joins Rue Brahim Roudani.

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Taroudant, Morocco

Updated 09/08/2014

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