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We went there on Sunday October 20 around lunch time and the place looked to be closed and I confirmed with the shop owner nearby and he said for 2 years of renovation. It's sad to see some other people being able to visit and...More
We visited mid October . Definitely open.Amongst all the hustle and bustle of Fez's streets this religious college is very tranquil.The architecture is very impressive.As of many Moroccan buildings,most of it has no roof.There are toilets here.As of anywhere in Morocco, a tip is needed...More
We came there and the place was closed. Nothing to see from outside.
It would be nice if someone would put some proper info on the webpage so all this people wouldn't go there to come to a closed doors.
Medersa Ben Youssef is almost the same architectural designs as in Palacio da Bahia. This palace is also an interesting mosaic ceramic art tiles all round the palace to see. Our Tour Guide has explained to us which room are meant for. There was no...More
The architecture is typical of Morocco and beautiful. I liked walking through the labyrinth of rooms organised around several courtyards imagining students at their studies. The open-air and central main courtyard is nothing more than beautiful architectural details surrounded by crenelated arches and windows.
Just a heads up, we were disappointed to see there was a major reconstruction for this sight, so it was closed for our entire stay. Perhaps look into it first, before searching the Medina for it. We got lost as we hadn’t realised it was...More
is not one from the top sights in Marrakech. But because is not so big the number of sights, i decide to visit this area. Is a big arabic style square, not something unique but because is near to Jem el Fnaa i think deserve...More
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That is the final word from Marianne who first hand witnessed the massive construction job . It will not be open on 2020 in my estimation unless a kind wealthy benefactor throws lots of money at the... More
That is the final word from Marianne who first hand witnessed the massive construction job . It will not be open on 2020 in my estimation unless a kind wealthy benefactor throws lots of money at the project.