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The son of Joseph School

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May 17, 2017
One of the oldest universities in the Islamic world, not to be missed! L'une des plus ancienne université du monde Islamique, à ne pas rater !
January 9, 2020
"You who enter my door, may your highest hopes be exceeded” reads the inscription over the entryway to the Ali ben Youssef Medersa, and after almost six centuries, the blessing still works its charms on visitors. It was founded during the period of the Merenids (14th century) by the sultan Abu…
July 7, 2017
ancienne école coranique, architecture extraordinaire
July 7, 2016
Not to be missed place
Sophie Et Antoine
Sophie Et Antoine
August 31, 2019
Un des rares édifices religieux à être ouvert au public
March 27, 2017
Beautiful old Koranic school behind the Ben Youssef Mosque. Here you can see amazing Moroccan design and feel the history of this city.

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“this one is a very historic place in the ancient city of Marrakech filed with very nice decoration and beautiful colors all over the Palace especially the blue square inside the palace ”
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“Marrakech Museum in the Dar Menebhi Palace, built at the end of the 19th century by Mehdi Menebhi. The palace was restored by the Omar Benjelloun Foundation and then converted into a museum in 1997.”
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“Right next door to the Yves St Laurent Museum- buy a double ticket at the Museum & avoid the long garden queues! This is a unique garden, full of colour & desert plants- but peaceful & almost spiritual at the same time. There is a lovely courtyard cafe”
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“The oldest palace, recently restored & just astonishing for its sheer scale & the use of water to promote power & luxury”
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Point of Interest
“Built at the end of XVI century, under the kingdom of the sultan Ahmed al-Mansur Saadi, and discovered only at the beginning of the 20th century, the mausoleum hosts the bodies of the Saadians in an ambience full of beautiful decorations made of cedar wood, marble and Zellije (Moroccan tiles). You can recognize the different tombs of Jews and Christians because of the presence of different markings and symbols. The good state of preservation of the Saadian Tombs may be attributable to the fact that they were sealed off by the sultan Moulay Ismail. At the time, Ismail was destroying architectural gems such as the Badi Palace, but some speculate that, when it came to the Saadian Tombs, his superstition got the better of him and he decided to hide rather than demolish them.”
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Médina, Marrakech-Safi 40000
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