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Ruins of Volubilis

A lone cedar tree acts as an ancient pillar.
The furthest west that the Romans reached was Volubilis, in northern Morocco. They are on the road from Meknes to Fez, and are open for touring for a small fee. A local guide is recommended.
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Beautiful atrium mosaics
The ruins of Volubilis, near Meknes, in the north of Morocco. The lovely mosaics of the Atria and baths are sadly exposed to the elements. It's a beautiful, peaceful stop between Casablanca and Fez.
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Temple in the Ruins of Volubilis, Morocco.
A stork nest, symbol of good luck, is visible through one of the arches of this ancient temple in Volubilis, Morocco. Ancient Roman ruins, between Meknes and Fez in northern Morocco.
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