Ait Ben Haddou Overview
Declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987, Aït Ben Haddou is a fortified village lying in the southeastern of Morocco. Dating back to 1000 years and flaunting a brilliant architecture, this place has served as the shooting set for a plethora of iconic Hollywood movies, including Game of Thrones, Lawrence of Arabia, Prince of Persia, and Gladiator.

Considered to be the biggest kasbah of Morocco, this mud city is packed with quaint age-old houses, rugged lunar landscapes, lovely cafes, and colourful souvenir shops. The timeless ruins sheltered here offer an insight into the awe-inspiring Moroccan architecture and the rich rich Moroccan culture.

Highlights: Historical remains, picturesque views, ancient vibes
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