Whether you're Anglican or not, it's well worth a visit for its architectural style.
A great mix of religions in the city
Dating from the early twentieth century, this church was built on land that King Hassan I donated to the Anglican community in the late nineteenth century. The original church had to expand, as the community of British people living in Tangier kept growing and the venue was just too small. They thus decided to build St. Andrews Church, with its white walls and a tower resembling a minaret so as not to clash with the other buildings in the city; it keeps the Arab style, although the cross on the door serves as a sign that the Islamic faith is not practiced here. Around the church, don't miss the Anglican cemetery and the tombs of the important British people who once lived here.
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