Volubilis: is an antiquarian Moroccan city situated near Meknes. It was built on a shallow slope in a fertile agricultural area since the 3rd century and considered as the anscient capital of the kingdom of Mauritania. Volubilis contains essentially Roman vestiges of a fortified city built in a commanding site at the foot of Jebel Zerhoun. Because of its isolation and the fact that it had not been occupied for nearly a thousand years, it presents an important level of authenticity. It is one of the richest sites in North Africa, not only for its ruins but also for the great wealth of its epigraphic evidence. The archaeological vestiges of this site bear witness to several civilizations. All its phases of occupation, from prehistory to the Islamic period are presented. An amount of artistic materials including mosiacs and marble has been produced by this site. Which remains to be discovered, is representative of a creative spirit of the human beings who lived there over the ages.The vestiges show signs of diverse periods, from Mauritanian times when it was part of an independent kingdom, to the Roman period when it was a metropolis of the Roman province of Mauritania, and finally an islamic period characterised by the founding of the dynasty of the Idrissids. The ruins remained firmly intact even though they were destroyed by an earthquake in the middle of the 18th century, due to the urban conception and execution. In recent years, protection measures has been taken to restore and conserve the site and preserve its protection area. Today it is a UNISCCO World heritage site, listed to be preserved as part of Roman empire.