Today we visited Volubilis, which Roman ruin in North, dating back to 3 AD. Formerly, the city was a 6,000 people Roman outpost dedicated to making olive oil which is an important stable for the roman diet. The city ruin is small, when I compared it to another much more impressive ruin in Turkey, Ephesus. However, this city is quite charming as well. I saw several storks nesting on top of the columns in the ruin. The tour guide showed us a roman sundial as well as mosaics, including one depicting the legends of Hercules.