The Tin Mal Mosque
7 km from Berber Home-stay the Almohad Mosque of Tin Mal emerges high up on the opposite bank of the river, a fortress of the faith with its high walls and strong towers. it is usually empty of tourists, yet must be considered one of the most memorable sites of Morocco, the sole survivor of the 12th-century city of Tin Mal and one of only two Mosques in Morocco that a non-Muslim may enter. Its striking position, deep in the High Atlas mountains, is only equaled by its extraordinary history.It has been restored in the last decade and a small museum built to house various architectural fragments. The track from the road has also been repaired, and you no longer have to clamber across a broken bridge.