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Ben Yousef was an Islamic college built by Saadien dynasty Morocco in around mid 1500's. The main building centers around a courtyard(typical Moroccan) with a pool in the middle. Facing the front across the pool, as you enter, it has a praying area. Visitors can...More
DON’T TRY TO FIND THIS! It’s deep in the souk so you’ll be going around alleys, probably get lost (even google maps wasn’t much help), finally ask for directions and get some young man stuck to you, promising beautiful things just around the corner -...More
The Ben Yousellf Madrasa has been closed for 2 years and is currently in the midst of a major interior and exterior renovation.
There is no access to the Madrasa and that should be true until the year 2021.
Do not beleve the guidebooks or...More
It was a quite oasis we visited or about 2 hours on our own. The entrance was about 7€/each. The mosaic is impressive. You can finde it everywhere and catch some nice pictures. We sat down to see the mosaic and got lost in relaxing...More
This is well worth a visit. The huge courtyard contains all the traditional Arabic elements of detailed plasterwork, intricately carved wood, tiling and marble. Upstairs there are lots of little cells where students used to study. It’s huge and spectacular but also serene and calm....More