Rabat

Ɛfi Wikipedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Wɔatwerɛ nsɛm wei ɛwɔ Asante kasa mu

Rabat

Flag of Rabat Sale province.svg
Rabat-map.svg
Ɔman Morocco
Mpɔtɛm 117 km²
Nnipa dodoɔ 577,827 ab. (2014)
Rabat

Rabat (الرباط‎‎) (About this soundpronounciation of "Rabat"  yɛ ɔman Morocco ahenkuro ne ɔman no kuro a ɛso pa ara a ɛtɔ so nson a ekura nnipa dodoɔ 580,000 (2014)[1] wɔ kuro kɛseɛ mu ne mansini mu nnipa bɛboro ɔpepem baako ne akyirepɔ mmienu (1.2 million). Ɛyɛ kuropɔn ma Rabat-Salé-Kénitra amammuo mantam.[2] Rabat wɔ Atlantic Ocean so wɔ Bou Regreg asubɔntene ano, a ɛne Salè yɛ nhwɛ anim, at the mouth of the river Bou Regreg, opposite Salé, kuro no akwantuo bea.

Almoravids tee Rabat wɔ 12th century. Kuro no nyini nkakrankara nanso ɛduruu mmerɛ tenten bi mu a ɛbrɛɛ ase a ɛde Almohads nhweaseɛ baeɛ. Wɔ 17th century mu no Rabat bɛyɛɛ dwanekɔbea maa ɛpo so akorɔmfoɔ. Frenchfoɔ bɛsii ahobammɔ bea wɔ Morocco mmeaeɛ nyinaa wɔ afe apem ahankron ne dummienu (1912) mu na wɔyɛɛ Rabat amammuo beaeɛ. Morocco nyaa mfahodie wɔ afe apem ahankron ne aduonum num (1955) mu na Rabat bɛyɛɛ ne kuropɔn.

Beaeɛ a efiri[sesa]

Edin Rabat firi Arabic kasa الرِّبَاط (er-Ribât) a ɛkyerɛ ribat, Islam ntee ho. Ɛyɛ din ketewa ma رِبَاطُ الْفَتْح (Ribâtu l-Feth) a ɛkyerɛ ribat sa so nkonimdie abɔdin a Almohadsfoɔ di baeɛ berɛ wɔsii kuro sɛ naval base wɔ afe apem ɔha ne aduoson (1170) mu.[3][4]

Abakwasɛm[sesa]

12th to 17th century[sesa]

Rabat wɔ abɛɛfo abakwasɛm sɛ wode toto tete kuro a ɛbɛn no Salé ho a.

Almoravids tee Rabat wɔ 12th century.[5] Wɔ afe 1146 mu no, Almohad hene Abd al-Mu'min[6][7] danee Rabat ribat yɛɛ no abankɛseɛ mua a wɔde bɛyɛ mmue ano bea amma wɔn a wɔto hyɛ Iberia soɔ.

Yaqub al-Mansur (a din Morocco de nim no ne Moulay Yacoub), din foforo Almohad Caliph, de ne man kuropɔn baa Rabat.[8] Ɔsii Rabat kuro no fasuo, Udayas foɔ Kasbah hyɛɛ aseɛ sii nkramofoɔ asɔredan nea anka ɛrebɛyɛ asɔredan kaseɛ pa ara wɔ awiase afanaa nyinaa. Nanso, Yaqub wuiɛ maa wɔgyae adansie no. Seesie no, nkramofoɔ asɔredan no a wɔn ansi enwie no, ne Hassan Tower nyinaa wɔ hɔ nnɛ.

Nnwomasua[sesa]

Wɔtee Mohammed V University no wɔ afe apem ahankron ne aduonum nson (1957) mu.

Nnipa titire[sesa]

Amanyɔfoɔ:

  • Reuven Abergel, Israeli social and political activist
  • Marc Perrin de Brichambaut, French judge and diplomat
  • Dominique de Villepin, former Prime Minister of France
  • Richard Dell'Agnola, French politician
  • Omar El Bahraoui, former mayor of Rabat
  • David Levy, Israeli politician
  • Maxim Levy, Israeli politician
  • Bernard Squarcini, French counter-terrorism director
  • Asmaa Rhlalou, mayor of Rabat

Scientists, writers and philosophers:

  • Abdellah Taïa, writer
  • Mehdi Elmanjra, scholar
  • Robert Assaraf, historian
  • Alain Badiou, French philosopher
  • Mohammed Suerte Bennani, Moroccan novelist
  • Mohammed Berrada, Moroccan novelist, literary critic, and translator
  • Helene Hagan, Franco-American writer anthropologist
  • Abdelfattah Kilito, Moroccan writer
  • Bahaa Trabelsi, Moroccan novelist
  • Mohammad Naciri, Regional Director for the Arab States and Asia Pacific for the UN Women

Adwomtofoɔ:

  • Samira Said, Moroccan singer
  • Saad Lamjarred, Moroccan singer
  • Hajib, Moroccan Chaabi singer
  • Shlomo Bar, Israeli musician
  • Fabienne Égal, French announcer and television host
  • Roland Giraud, French actor
  • Macha Méril, French actress and writer
  • Daniel Siboni, French photographer
  • French Montana, American Hip-Hop Artist
  • Bryce Hudson, American painter and photographer

Agorɔdifoɔ:

  • Saïd Aït-Bahi, Moroccan Bɔɔlbɔni
  • Rachid Benmahmoud, Kane bɔɔlbɔni
  • Bouabid Bouden, Moroccan Bɔɔlbɔni
  • Custodio Dos Reis, French sakre kwan ɔkansiefoɔ
  • Younes El Aynaoui, Moroccan tennis player
  • Adam Ennafati, Bɔɔlbɔni
  • Younes Khattabi, Moroccan rugby league player
  • Ait Hammi Miloud, Moroccan Olympic kuturukubɔfoɔ
  • Jean Patrick Lesobre, French Rugby kuo mu bɔɔlbɔni

Younès Moudrik, Moroccan long jumper

  • Youssef Rabeh, kane bɔɔlbɔni
  • Brahim Taleb, Moroccan mmirika tenten mu tuni l

Adehyeɛ asefoɔ:

  • Mohammed VI a ofiri Morocco, Morocco Hene
  • Prince Moulay Rachid a ofiri Morocco
  • Princess Lalla Aicha a ofiri Morocco

Nkuro a ɛne wɔn yɛ anuanom[sesa]

Rabat ne nkuro a ɛne wɔn yɛ baako:[9]

Mfonini[sesa]

Rabat,_Chellah_minaret_2

       Chellah Minaret


Rabat_Tour_Hassan_Mausolee Tour Hassan and Mausoleum of Mohammed V


Avenue_Mohammed_V_Rabat Rabat, Mohammed V Avenue


Parliament_of_morocco The Parliament Building


Rabat_downtown Rabat downtown


Rabat-Salé_airport Rabat-Śale airport

Beaeɛ a menyaa mmoa firiiɛ[sesa]

  1. http://www.hcp.ma/file/167575/
  2. https://web.archive.org/web/20150518083233/http://www.pncl.gov.ma/fr/EspaceJuridique/DocLib/d%C3%A9cret%20fixant%20le%20nombre%20des%20r%C3%A9gions.pdf
  3. http://www.habous.gov.ma/daouat-alhaq/item/1728
  4. http://archive.org/details/tarikh-ribat-alfat7
  5. https://books.google.com/books?id=pmPnDwAAQBAJ&dq=rabat+fond%C3%A9+almoravides&pg=PT15
  6. https://www.britannica.com/place/Rabat
  7. http://www.encyclopedia.com/people/history/north-african-history-biographies/abd-al-mumin
  8. History of Morocco, Henri Terrasse, 1952
  9. http://www.toutrabat.com/jumelage-ville-rabat.php
  10. http://www.eguangzhou.gov.cn/2018-06/05/c_253291.htm
  11. "Archive copy". Archived from the original on 2020-02-03. Retrieved 2022-02-22. {{cite web}}: Unknown parameter |dead-url= ignored (help)CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  12. http://www.dundee-nablus.org.uk/Jun15/OurTwinning.php