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Volubilis decumanus maximus
Morocco

La cité archéologique de Volubilis est l'un des lieux antiques les plus visités du Maroc. Un trajet d'environ 25 km le sépare de la ville de Meknes.

Le site est inscrit à la liste du patrimoine mondial de l'humanité de l'UNESCO depuis 1997.

Plus d'information sur Wikipedia - Volubilis (ville)

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