About 25km from Meknes (northern Morocco) lies the archaeological site of Volubilis (Oualili in Arabic), which features the best preserved Roman Empire ruins in this part of northern Africa. Built on the site of a previous Carthaginian settlement around the year 40 A.D., Volubilis was the administrative center of the Roman province of Mauretania Tingitana. Volubilis has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1997.
Ruins and temples photo gallery  - 21 pictures of Ruins and temples
Mosaics photo gallery  - 15 pictures of Mosaics
21 photos of the ruins of the basilica, the triuphal arch, Roman temples and several houses
15 photos of the well-preserved mosaics in the buildings of Volubilis
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