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The mosque may be beautiful - and historic, but the non Muslim public is only able to see the outside and take photos from the outside. So a "visit" is all of 3 minutes. If you have a good guide, s/he may be able to...More
Although an undeniably important site from a historical perspective, unless you are Muslim you cannot enter the grounds. The mosque entrance is only opened for worshippers (if you are lucky you might catch a glimpse), and the fabled library is only open to students of...More
This is an important mosque...well the library is. It is the oldest continuously operating library in the world, from the 1100s and was established by a woman. You can't visit the library unless you make special arrangements and this will take about 2-3 months.Organise this...More
The mosques and other religious memorials in Fes are open to have a look at unlike elsewhere in Morocco. A short history of the building and its purpose is usually posted by the entrance both in French and English. Inside you can see locals sitting...More
Regardless of that it is a praying place and has its own greatness. The Mosque characterized by its wonderful and grandeur architectural design. The mosque been built in the 8th century, and later on it became a religious university.Non Muslims can not enter the place...More
Full of history and grandeur. This Mosque is wonderful. Such a nice place to pray and reflect.
It has a special feeling. Non Muslim tourist are not allowed in but can be seen in groups outside the doors taking photos.
I attended the Friday Khutbah...More