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Walked to the mosque from Jemaa el-Fnaa. Then around the mosque on the right, through the gardens in the back, over to La Momuonia Hotel, and came back on the other side of the mosque. Landmark minaret which should be seen up close.
A good place to stroll around before going further down the road to the center of town where the souk is. Lush greenery and peaceful embience. Cannot go into the mosque unless you are going to worship. Generally, worth a short visit.
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as others have stated non-muslims are not allowed inside the mosque which is their right entirely, but I do think this misses an opportunity to educate. The Istanbul mosques for instance give an insight into the religion and traditions which can't be unhelpful. Lovely building...More
We passed by the Koutoubia Mosque which was unfortunately closed. Built during the 12th century under the Almohads, it has a beautiful minaret 77 meters in height which has inspired others such as the Giralda in Sevilla
Situated at the end of Mohammed Avenue is the largest mosque called koutiubie mosque it has both mail and separate female prayer rooms which you can visit prayer times are every hour st the 45 mins time and you hear them prayers via loud speakers...More