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Wood77
Los Angeles, CA3 259 bidrag
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mar. 2024 • Par
Hardly a trace of the medieval city on the trade route in the Middle Ages. Because of the mud construction, the city has deteriorated over time. Nothing is loss by skipping this landmark. Nearby is a Medina occupied by Berbere people. There were some tourist shops (souvenirs, dates, spices) and iron work fabrication inside the souk.
Skrevet 14. april 2024
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Peter R
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sep. 2022
On our walking tour of Rissani we walked around the ruins of the old Berber city of Sijilmassa. There is not much left of the buildings of this once great city, other than one walled area.
The site is recognized by Morocco’s Ministry of Culture, but there is no protection and you can wander wherever you wish. As you walk through the site you discover broken pottery, which litters the ground and can just be picked up and carried away. Sad that the Ministry does not protect the site better.
Skrevet 31. oktober 2022
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CPaM68
Texas678 bidrag
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sep. 2021
The route leaving Erfoudon on our Trafalgar Tour took us near Sijilmassa where we stopped and explored an old well (cave). The well was part of the ancient khettara irrigation system that dates back to the 11th century. Some of the wells (caves) have been opened to the public to visit. The one we toured had a large opening with a pulley system above it and a ladder that led down to an underground channel/tunnel. On the surface, you could see a series of these wells dug in a line 40-60 ft. apart. As I understood it, the wells were not dug to find water but to get deep enough underground that they could dig tunnels to connect one well to another. Also, if the underground channel became clogged, someone could easily get in to fix the problem. I compare it to a modern-day city drainage system with giant concrete pipes underneath the streets, but then has covered manholes every so often, so if there is a problem, someone can go down the manhole and fix it. Just imagine the amount of work it took to build these, since it was all done by hand. Our guide said that at one time there were over seventy-five different channel systems that fed water from the High Atlas and the Ziz River. Ultimately, insufficient water resources and unsustainable practices dramatically lowered the water table, drying up many of the khettara. Some khettara continued to function until the early 1970s, when new technologies and government policies forced changes, resulting in a loss of local control over water resources and a total abandonment of the khettara irrigation system. (PaM)
Skrevet 5. juni 2022
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VicCosentino
Sacramento, CA479 bidrag
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apr. 2019 • Venner
Maybe because it was all clay, weathering made the ruins pretty bleak for such a large settlement. It was OK but I wouldn't go out of the way to visit this one.
Skrevet 6. juni 2019
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milliesmum2016
Christchurch, New Zealand1 781 bidrag
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apr. 2019 • Venner
Near Rissani and Sijlimassa there is an irrigation system dating to the 11th century. You can visit it as parts of it have been opened to the public. There arestairs leading down into the underground channels and from there you can see how the wells which can be seen from the road, are fed. There were elaborate pulley systems at each well, made of wood and rope to bring the water to the surface. Just imagine the amount of work it took to excavate this by hand. It is long and very extensive and fed from the High Atlas and the Ziz River.

On line I found an interesting article about the system and I have included the Abstract of the article so you can follow up if you want better information than I can give:

Moroccan Khettara
Dale R. Lightfoot
Abstract A 300 km network of khettara (qanat) subsurface irrigation channels was excavated in the Tafilalt basin beginning in the late 14th century. More than 75 of these chains provided perennial water following the breakup of the ancient city of Sijilmassa. Khettara continued to function for much of the northern oasis until the early 1970s, when new technologies and government policies forced changes. Data on origins, maintenance, and current use were collected from archival sources, aerial photographs, Landsat imagery, and from interviews.
Skrevet 1. juni 2019
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sandra n
Sun City, AZ1 246 bidrag
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okt. 2018 • Par
Land Travel through this area was interesting and our tour guide helped to explain this history. Loved the Ziz valley and the Ziz Valley River before arriving at Sijilmassa. The landscape there reminded us of the West back home. Then the ruins leave everything to your imagination, because you stand at a "fading" former city, showing what the elements over time have done. It is a picture of who has won and the sands have changed this landscape forever. We prepared here for our journey into the Sahara, the ultimate timeless desert with our imaginations waiting.
Skrevet 26. mai 2019
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podrozniczka60
New Jersey16 045 bidrag
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jan. 2019 • Par
The site on Wadi Ziz is open to elements of the environment and you need a bit of imagination to recreate in your mind the visions of its former glory. Sijilmassa flourished for centuries but now only magnificent ruins remain.
Skrevet 14. februar 2019
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flaneur40
New York City, NY1 695 bidrag
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nov. 2018 • Alene
There isn't much to see, at least not where we stopped, but it is amazing to see what existed before modern-day Rissani and how what was once such a flourishing trade city can become so meager and wispy. You'll see it as you drive into modern-day Rissani. Stop and walk around or take a tour.
Skrevet 9. desember 2018
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amazir15
Fès, Marokko7 bidrag
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mai 2018 • Venner
Une des villes historiques le splus connues a travers l histoire du Maroc après son role très primordiale durant le trafic entre Le Nord du Maroc et le spays Subsahariens.
Skrevet 30. juli 2018
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apr. 2018 • Familie
Rissani or Sijilmasa ( سجلماسة‎ Sijilmassa, Sidjilmasa, Sidjilmassa and Sigilmassa) was a medieval Moroccan city and trade entrepôt at the northern edge of the Sahara Desert in Morocco. The ruins of the town extend for five miles along the River Ziz in the Tafilalt oasis near the town of Rissani. The town’s history was marked by several successive invasions by Berber dynasties. Up until the 14th century, as the northern terminus for the western trans-Sahara trade route, it was one of the most important trade centres in the Maghreb during the Middle Ages.
Skrevet 10. april 2018
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