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Maroc: 18 sites historiques à visiter absolument. Au cas où vous ne le saviez pas, le Maroc regorge de sites préhistoriques connus dans le monde entier. Parmi eux, la grotte de Taforalt, située dans un village dans le Rif oriental (province de Berkane), découverte en 1908. Les fouilles archéologiques réalisées depuis par des équipes françaises, anglaises et marocaines ont permis de mettre à jour une importante industrie lithique ainsi qu’une nécropole constituée d'environ 100 squelettes de « l’homme moderne de l'Afrique du nord », datant d’environ 20.000 ans avant J.C.

A une centaine de kilomètres de Marrakech, Jbel Irhoud est un site archéologique où de nombreux fossiles humains ont été exhumés. En 2007, la découverte du crane d’un homo-sapiens âgé d’au moins 160.000 ans a créé le buzz dans le milieu archéologique international, qui a surnommé ce fossile « le Père de l’humanité ». Where To Eat During Fashion Week - New York City Restaurants.

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Why? Ticket in hand as I waited to get into the gate. Well, as it turns out, no one can tell you what to expect, which explains why I never got a straight answer from anyone. Considering it’s such a foreign experience, it didn’t take me long at all last year to feel right at home. Seriously. Playa selfie! 1. How refreshing! 2. Tourisme: Les 50 villes à voir avant de mourir. Here Are The Top 25 Cities You Should Visit In Your Lifetime. You’ll Never Guess #1! 33 Unbelievable Places To Visit Before You Die. I Can’t Believe These Actually Exist On Earth… Carnets-Voyages.org - Carnets et photos de voyages autour du monde. BNN- Bloc-Notes Numérique - MAPRA. Répertoire et Agenda des artistes en art contemporain. Timeline Photos - Marrakech Biennale. 10 of the best places to shop for bargains in Amsterdam | Travel.

Albert Cuyp Markt Despite being named after an old Dutch painter, the only thing Dutch about the Albert Cuyp market is that it encapsulates Amsterdam's reputation as a harmonious melting pot of different cultures. Expect to find a selection of Turkish, Moroccan, Surinamese and Indonesian goods on offer, the highlight being that one can indulge in a culinary tour of these countries in a short leisurely stroll along the market street.

The reasonably priced Surinamese roti kip rolls – spicy chicken wrapped in a soft flat bread – are a must-have. While the emphasis is primarily on food, there are also stalls dedicated to clothing, textiles, flowers, books and junk at bargain prices.• Albert Cuypstraat, +31 20 678 1678, albertcuypmarkt.nl. Open Mon-Sat 9am-5pm Concerto Since it opened as a small independent record store in 1955, Concerto has grown from one storefront to five, and has built a reputation as being one of the best – and cheapest – places to buy a diverse array of music. IJ Hallen. Markets. Amsterdam » Shopping » Markets Shopping in Amsterdam’s colourful and lively markets is a great way to clinch a bargain while picking up a few Dutch souvenirs for your friends and family back home.

The city’s market culture dates back to the early 18th century with the first stall set up in the Jewish Quarter in 1783. Today, there are 12 daily outdoor markets, 15 markets which are open one or two days of the week and several markets which open on a certain day of the season. Most are open during normal shopping hours so weather permitting, you can shop to your hearts’ content. There are some great markets to choose, located mostly in the centre of town. The most known Amsterdam's markets are: Postzegelmarkt in Amsterdam Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 280, 1012 RL Amsterdam Specialty: stamps, coins, old postcards, commemorative medals Located: Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 280, 1012 RL Open: Wednesday & Saturday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Flower Market in Amsterdam Singel canal, 1071 AZ Amsterdam. Where to Eat in Amsterdam. During my recent trip to Amsterdam with KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, I was able to explore and eat my way around like a local because of all the wonderful recommendations that I received on instagram. Here is a guide on where to eat in Amsterdam. I hope that this will be useful when you are visiting the city. Bazar Bazar, a Middle Eastern and North African restaurant housed in an old church at Albert Cuyp Market, is a gem in Amsterdam. Albert Cuypstraat 182 1073 BL Amsterdam, The Netherlands Tel: +31 20 675 0544 Bird Thai Snack Bar Many locals name this place as the best Thai eatery in Amsterdam. Zeedijk 74 1012 BA Amsterdam, The Netherlands Tel: +31 20 620 1442 Burger Bar One of the top burger joints in Amsterdam, Burger Bar serves several variations – Irish beef (€4.95), Black Angus (€6.25), Wagyu (€9.95), and chicken (€4.95) – and you can choose to add different toppings to your burger.

Kolksteeg 2 1012 PT Amsterdam, The Netherlands Tel: +31 20 624 9049 Cafe ‘t Smalle Cafe Loetje De Kas. Carte+de+Casablanca.png (1265×1080) Voyage au Sri Lanka en famille! Plan Interactif des transports en Ile-de-France. La RATP vous propose un nouveau site. Certaines fonctionnalités, dont l'accessibilité, sont en cours de finalisation. Afin de vous offrir plus de facilité dans votre navigation, nous vous proposons de poursuivre sur l'ancienne version du site. Vous pouvez également utiliser notre application RATP, nous vous informerons de la mise en conformité du nouveau site au plus vite. Fermer ✛ Préférence pour tous les services En autorisant ces services tiers, vous acceptez le dépôt et la lecture de cookies et l'utilisation de technologies de suivi nécessaires à leur bon fonctionnement. Gestion des cookies par tarteaucitron.js En poursuivant votre navigation sur ce site, vous acceptez le dépôt de cookies destinés à vous proposer des services, des offres et publicités adaptées à vos centres d’intérêt, des vidéos, des boutons de partage et mesurer la fréquentation de nos services. ✓ OK, tout accepter Personnaliser.

Reader Recs: Romantic Destinations. Planning a trip with that special someone? We asked our Facebook fans to share their favorite romantic destinations, and they came through in a big way. Whether you’re looking for a tried-and-true classic or something more off the grid, our travel community has got you covered: Not surprisingly Venice, the quintessential capital of romance, topped the list for many of our readers. Ding M. singles out the Floating City for its ambiance, people, and fresh seafood, while Cristina S. feels Venice is “unique in the world, like your love should be.” Cozy up in a horse-drawn carriage in Bruges (Photograph by fattytuna, Flickr) As Lali Fricke put it, Paris “just has that special charm.” If you’re wild about France but are looking for a more rustic locale, Faye Wilson suggests giving La Réole a try.

Due north, in Belgium, Bruges received rave reviews from both Judy Wright and Vanessa Lascano Fierro. Victoria Falls (Photograph by tripsfortravellers, Flickr) Ian M. > Related: