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We enjoyed the ruins, which are massive. Especially notable is the contrast between the pavilions and the basement cells. Also interesting are the sunken orchards. And the Minbar is a beautiful piece. However, my favorite part was climbing to the terrace and seeing the snow-capped...More
This is the ruin of an old Palace. 70 Dirhams to enter about 7 dollars. The most interesting spot is the Terrace with views over the Old Jewish Cemetery and the Atlas mountains in the distance.sing on top of towers.
El Badi Palace was great , if you like looking at ruins and are interested in history, which we are.
It was only 70 MAD per adult to enter, very reasonable price.
It’s easy to walk to, we are staying close to the square.
There is little remaining of the excellent craftsmanship that was in place here however it retains the essence of an important landmark. A grand place and later a prison. There are lots of nooks to wander through. Excellent views of the city can be had...More
It had a random modern art exhibition inside 😉👌🏼
DescriptionEl Badi Palace is a ruined palace located in Marrakesh, Morocco. It was commissioned by the sultan Ahmad al-Mansur of the Saadian dynasty sometime shortly after his accession in 1578. The palace's construction was funded by...More
Just imagine yourself standing in a grand pavilions and rooms decorated with crystal, gold and silver. Now see what is left because a jealous sultan stripped the place for his own new palace. Being in such a historical place, still showing off its grandeur is...More
A full afternoon walking round the ruins. Lots of information boards about the history of the palace and the uses of the ruined rooms. There is also a museum that houses a minbar that was once used in the Koutouba mosque. This exhibition shows the...More