Medersa Bou Inania古兰经学校
The Medersa Bou 'Inania is a madrassah built in Fez, Morocco, between 1350 and 1355 for the sultan Abu' Inan Faris (r 1348 - 59), or under the Merinid dynasty. It is the only Madrassah in the city with that of the Seffarin to have a minaret, and it also adjoining shops for its financing, as well as…
Right at the entrance of the Old Medina lies the former college for Muslim intellectuals. It was built by Sultan Bou Inan in the 14th century but has been beautifully restored, featuring gorgeous mosaics, carved plaster, cedar mashrabiyyas (lattice screens) and impressively large doors. The inside…
A 14th century (1357) college/dormitory/mosque complex, recently restored. One of the most important buildings in Morocco. Make sure you see both beautiful entrances, on Talaa Kibeera and Talaa Sghira, and the minaret. The outside walls have been restored with traditional medluk, made of sand and…
Beautifully restored ancient medersa (religious school) and mosque. The quality of the craftsmanship is amazing.
Fès El Bali, Fès-Meknès