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Tombeaux Saadiens

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Manuela
Manuela
March 21, 2020
rich in decorations, stuccos and zellij. don't miss this corner in the KASBAH AREA
Patricia
Patricia
December 14, 2017
Try to be there first thing in the morning (it opens at 9h) or to be the last of the day (it closes at 17h), otherwise you'll encounter lines to see the tombs in the royal room (the ones belonging to former rules of Morocco). Independently of when you go, you'll always be able to see the other…
Chris
Chris
June 23, 2019
Amazingly intricate and impressive marble and wood decoration, the tombs of the Saadian dynasty are an important part of Marrakech's cultural legacy and very beautiful. 12 minutes walk from the riad
Kerstin
Kerstin
March 27, 2017
Located directly next to the Kasbah mosque go and visit the Saadien tombs to see & discover the history of one of the great Dynasties of Morocco's past.
Issam
Issam
January 9, 2020
Built at the end of XVI century, under the kingdom of the sultan Ahmed al-Mansur Saadi, and discovered only at the beginning of the 20th century, the mausoleum hosts the bodies of the Saadians in an ambience full of beautiful decorations made of cedar wood, marble and Zellije (Moroccan tiles). You…
An Jo
An Jo
October 22, 2018
A gem of Moorish architecture in a necropolis.
El Mehdi
El Mehdi
August 4, 2016
Loin de la foule, les tombeaux saâdiens et leur jardin arabo-andalou offrent un moment de calme avant de visiter les deux mausolées aux salles richement décorées, à l’ombre du superbe minaret de la mosquée d’El-Mansour.
Chantal
Chantal
March 15, 2015
Les tombeaux datent de l'époque du grand sultan Ahmed al-Mansur Saadi (1578-1603). A voir !

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Marrakesh-Safi Mechouar-Kasbah,邮编40000
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