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Rabat Museum/Gallery

Formerly known as the Musée Archéologique, this museum originally opened in 1931 and displays prehistoric, Roman, and Islamic-period artifacts discovered throughout the country. Roman pieces include many inscribed tablets; the Chellah and Volubilis sites are particularly well represented, and there's an ample collection of Roman bronze items. Also noteworthy is the plaster cast of the early human remains found at the Dar Es-Soltane caves, on the coast south of the city.

Museum/Gallery Historical

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23, rue Brihi
Rabat, Rabat-Salé-Zemmour-Zaër  Morocco

0537-70–19–19

www.fnm.ma/musee-archeologique-de-rabat

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Rate Includes: 20 DH, Closed Tues.

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