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Mausoleum of Mouley Ismail, Meknes

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A rare shrine open to non-Muslims, Mausoleum of Mouley Ismail features intricate tiling and stucco ornaments, as well as fountain-adorned courtyards, painted in a yellowish hue. Although non-Muslims can wander the halls, approaching the tomb of one of the country's most revered rulers is reserved solely for Muslim visitors. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Mausoleum of Mouley Ismail by using our Meknes day trip website.
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  • Was so interesting as out guide explained the significance of the Mouley Ismail, his 400 wife’s, 1000 children, private army of 16,000 loyal African troops., the politics and intrigue. So much to... 
    Was so interesting as out guide explained the significance of the Mouley Ismail, his 400 wife’s, 1000 children, private army of 16,000 loyal African troops., the politics and intrigue. So much to...  more »
  • A beautiful structure very well restored. We had the fortune to be the only 4 visitors (me and my wife and another french couple) in the morning and the atmosphere was simply amazing. It worths the....  more
    A beautiful structure very well restored. We had the fortune to be the only 4 visitors (me and my wife and another french couple) in the morning and the atmosphere was simply amazing. It worths the....  more »
  • Unless you are Muslim you cannot go in here but you can peek in and see some of the amazing Moroccan architecture and tilework which you can probably see similarly in other old buildings in Morocco... 
    Unless you are Muslim you cannot go in here but you can peek in and see some of the amazing Moroccan architecture and tilework which you can probably see similarly in other old buildings in Morocco...  more »
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  • Around it was very nice to walk and take pictures, but unfortunately when I visited it was closed for renovation. However, it is a must visit area in Meknes, Morocco where you will find very intriguing bazaar to shop and admire.
  • i loved place
  • It's looks very nice from the outside however it's closed for renovation refurbishment till September 2018. Too bad I didn't get the chance to go in.
  • Closed for restoration, we were told (Dec 2018)
  • This landmark was closed to the public.

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