The Kasbah of Tangier is an ancient fortress located in the city of Tangier, Morocco. The kasbah was built in the 17th century and it served as a royal palace and a military stronghold. It is situated on a hill overlooking the city and the Mediterranean sea, giving it a strategic position. The kasbah has a maze of narrow streets, houses and gardens, and it is home to several traditional Moroccan houses, palaces and monuments, such as the Museum of Moroccan Arts, the Dar Batha Palace, and the Royal Palace. Visitors can explore the kasbah and admire the beautiful architecture and intricate tilework, as well as the stunning views of the city and the sea. The Kasbah of Tangier is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and it is open to visitors all year round.