Mosque's minaret, a converted lighthouse, 19th century, El Jadida, Morocco. El Jadida, previously known as Mazagan (Portuguese: Mazag√£o), was seized in 1502 by the Portuguese, and they controlled this city until 1769. The Grand Mosque of El Jadida is claimed to home the world's only pentagonal minaret. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Mosque's minaret, a converted lighthouse, 19th century, El Jadida, Morocco. El Jadida, previously known as Mazagan (Portuguese: Mazag√£o), was seized in 1502 by the Portuguese, and they controlled this city until 1769. The Grand Mosque of El Jadida is claimed to home the world's only pentagonal minaret. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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