The Andalusian Mosque, founded shortly after the (9C) Karaouiyne Mosque, was enlarged and embellished by the Almohads in the early 13C and is the main sanctuary on the right bank. A great monumental door, decorated with zellige tiles and topped by a canopy in sculpted cedar wood, opens to the northwest and overlooks the entire quarter. To enjoy a better view of its slender silhouette, try to get a bit more perspective by going down the graded street that leads up to it.
Address:R. des Andalous Fès
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