Located in northern Morocco in the Tanger region, Kouass has a river, fertile land and clay quarries and is close to a natural port, all sufficient reasons to explain the presence of human life there since Ancient Times.

Archaeological digs have revealed several potters’ furnaces from the pre-Roman period containing several amphorae and ceramics from the sixth to first century BC. The site also include a defensive structure, salting plants dating back to the imperial era (first to second century AD), an aqueduct and a cistern. All these ruins continue to defy time.


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