RABAT

RABAT

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Once the domain of Barbary pirates who launched their attacks on transient shipping from within its ancient port. Rabat regained its status as the capital city of the Kingdom of Morocco during the French occupation in 1912, relocating the seats of government and monarchy from Fez to escape rebellious retribution from the indigenous Berber tribes. Upon independence, His Majesty, King Hassan II, chose to retain Rabat as the countries capital and unlike the other Imperial cities, Marrakech, Fez and Meknes, it has an almost serene ambience combined with a profound French influence. As with most capital cities, it has an abundance of historical monuments, places of interest and of course, the Royal Palace, but the major allure for golfers is the incomparable majesty of the 45 hole Royal Dar es Salam Golf Club. Commissioned by the late King Hassan the Second, a self confessed golf fanatic, it is the epitome of…

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