Spanish Mosque


The Spanish Mosque, also known as the Great Mosque of Tetouan, is a unique blend of Moroccan and Andalusian architectural styles, located in the city of Tetouan, Morocco. Built in the 15th century by Spanish Muslim refugees who were expelled from Andalusia in 1492 after the fall of Granada, the mosque features intricate tilework, horseshoe arches, a central courtyard, a minaret and a large prayer hall. It is considered as one of the most important historical and architectural monuments in Tetouan. Visitors can admire the mosque’s intricate tilework, stonework and architecture, and learn about the history of the Spanish Muslim refugees in Morocco. The Mosque is open to visitors all year round and a must-see attraction for any visitors to Tetouan.


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