THE BERBER GRANARIES OF AGADIR INOUMAR

Thanks to its 5-hectare area, the Inoumar Berber granaries are the largest collective granary in the west of the Anti-Atlas. Traditionally, these igudars allowed the Amazigh tribes to keep their property and food, guarded by a guard, called an "amin," who reigned over the attic, which looked like a defensive fortress. Perched above the wadi Ourga, this collective granary dates from the Alawite dynasty, and more particularly from the reign of Sultan Moulay Ismail. Its four towers, three water towers and two gates are always under the supervision of the Amin Mohamed Margou, who reproduces the ancestral gestures of the opening and closing of the Inoumar agadir with a wooden key. A tourist site not to be missed during your stay in Morocco.

lieux de culte Territory :Chtouka ait Baha 2017-10-06 00:00:00

Inoumar