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Kouba Baroudiyine, the Almoravid koubba, a hidden gem in Central Marrakech

The oldest building in Marrakech is the Kouba Baroudiyine, the washrooms from the original Mosque built by, and named after Ben Yussef the second King of the Almoravid dynasty. Sadly this is the only remaining example of the highly decorated … Continue reading

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Drying leather in the place Kissaria, Baroudiyine, Marrakech

The Baroudiyine district is one of the most historic in the City of Marrakech. it contains the Almoravid Kouba which is the oldest surviving structure in the Medina in as well the Ben Youssef Mosque with its famous Medersa, not … Continue reading

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