The museum has historical buildings, old maps and postcards.
This is a simple painting, an old painting 17 years ago. Seventeen years ago, information was far from as developed as it is now, but at that time, a few years after graduating, I plunged into the frenzy of society like a pipe dream. It was here 17 years ago to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the reconstruction of Agadir. By the way, on February 29, 1960, Agadir was destroyed by a sudden earthquake. The castle on the mountain was also broken into ruins. . Therefore, all the prosperous things we see today were dreamy and bubble 40 years ago, and the various buildings under the mountain are nothing but morning dew. Seventeen years later, this painting that carries the past is just quietly lonely in a small and dark museum, waiting for me, an outsider who has come all the way, to quietly open the so-called corner of history, and then , Can't help but sigh. The sun is still shining outside, and the cactus trees unique to Africa are huge, upright and sturdy, and the plants with such stubborn vitality are also some kind of sustenance of people here for the future? The museum is just one corner of Jardin D’olhao. This garden that does not show the mountains or the water, was built in 1992 by the late King Hassan II to commemorate his heroic ancestors. The greenery is full of greenery, the birds and the flowers are fragrant. It has become a good place for people to relax. Walking through it, a wooden bridge leads to an unknown building. The whole body is made of extremely thin broken tiles and soil. It is not high, but the building is well organized, and it faintly conveys a certain solemn atmosphere. Hold your breath. Looking carefully, pacing slowly, the names and dates flashed on the tiles from time to time, it must be for a certain kind of memorial, between the lines, it seems that everyone is blessing religiously. It's like, for the rebirth of Agadir.