Sahrij Madrasa

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Built over the period 1321-1323 on the order of the Marinid sultan Abu Said Ohman, the Sahrij medersa was made up of three buildings: the main medersa (named for the ablution pool), the Sbaiyine medersa (the seven readers of the Qur'an) and a guesthouse ("Dar Chiakh"), restored in 1916 under the reign of Sultan Yussef ben Hassan. In the patio, the white stuccoed walls and multi-coloured zelliges are reflected in the pool, a setting conducive to silence and contemplation.

Useful information

Address:

30000 Fès

Price:

10 mad

Opening hours

daily except Tue 9am-5pm

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