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Sale

Sale - description of the city:

Sale is city of Morocco (Region de Rabat-Sale-Zemmour-Zaer). The population of Sale: 903,485 people. Geographic coordinates of Sale: 34.03892 x -6.8166.

Country Morocco
International title Sale
Population 903,485 people
Timezone Africa/Casablanca
State Region de Rabat-Sale-Zemmour-Zaer
Geographic coordinates Latitude: 34.03892 x Longitude: -6.8166

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The main attractions of Sale
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Spending days in Sale
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Places to visit in Sale

Famous Places

Museum fur Gestaltung
Country: Switzerland

The Museum of Design, Zurich The Museum of Design, Zurich is a major design museum that covers craft, architecture, visual communication, and industrial design in Zurich, Switzerland. Overview  The museum is within the Department of Cultura ...

Museum fur Volkskunde
Country: Austria

Near a quiet park stands the charming Austrian Folklore Museum. Founded in 1895, it moved in 1917 to its present premises, the former Schonborn Palace, built in 1706—11 to designs by Lukas von Hildebrandt as a homely twostorey mansion, and altere ...

Schwarzenbergplatz
Country: Austria

The elongated Schwarzenberg Square, one of the city’s grandest spaces, is best seen from the Ringstrasse, from where several important structures come into view together. In the foreground is the equestrian statue of Prince Karl Schwarzenberg, wh ...

Kefermarkt
Country: Austria

The main attraction in this little town is its 15th-century Wallfahrtskirche (pilgrimage church), built by Christoph von Zelking, the master of Kefermarkt’s castle, Schloss Weinberg. He also commissioned its altar dedicated to his favourite saint ...

Grunerlokka
Country: Norway

The former working class district of Gr?nerlokka has undergone something of a renaissance in recent years. It is made up largely of apartment blocks dating from the end of the 19th century, which were under threat of demolition. But repeated propos ...

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