The Land of Mesguina

 Previously considered the commercial gateway to Souss, the land of Mesguina was the natural passage connecting sub-Saharan Africa to northern Morocco. As a result, all caravans coming from the Sahara crossed this Mesguina region, where some remnants of the Aglagal fort still exist. It is here that Sheikh Mohamed Essâadi, the founder of the Saadian dynasty, was assassinated


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