Shala some consider it the bride of the historical monuments in Rabat and I consider it the abbreviation of the Amazigh, Roman and Islamic civilizations in the Kingdom of Morocco.
Shala dates back to the 7th or 6th century BC. It seems that the city flourished under the rule of the Almrinyan.
The historic Shala area of the historic city of Rabat is a short history of Morocco, from the Romans to the Almrinyan and the Almwahdin after the Moroccan converts to Islam at the end of the modern age.
After the departure of the Romans, who left their traces in the region, including the basin of the nymphs, Shala moved to the Moroccan Islamic era, where he took the Lord Idris stable.
And then followed by the Znateon Almorabiton and Almrinyan and became the city of a stronghold of jihad strongholds for its strategic location, and as a starting point towards the other bank of the Mediterranean.
Shala was founded as it is today in the era of the Almrinyan in the thirteenth century AD, when Jacob Mansour founded city of Rabat in 539 to migrate, Shala surrendered to temporary laps until the Almrinyan came.
In the small pond, visitors and children come and throw metal "Silver coins" for their faith in the sanctity of this small pond in the realization of wishes, where some claim that when throwing the metal piece on the gunman wish to wish and will be achieved!
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