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Volubilis decumanus maximus
Morocco

The archaeological roman site of Volubilis is one of Morocco's most visited antique city. It is located about 25km north from Meknes by road.

The site is currently listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site.

More information on Wikipedia - Volubilis

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Tags: volubilis; meknes; morocco; archaeology
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