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THE HISTORY OF SAADIAN TOMBS
One of the most famous historical Mausoleums, which is located in Al-Qossaiba, Marrakech, which includes most of the Saadi sultans and their families, was built by Sultan Abdullah Al-Ghalib in 1557 and was expanded by Sultan Ahmed Al-Mansour.
LOCATION OF THE SAADIAN TOMBS AND PRICE
The mausoleum consists of a prayer hall with a mihrab consisting of marble columns and a dome. Another middle hall is known for its twelve columns. The tomb of Sultan Ahmed Al-Mansour Al-Thahabi remains among the most magnificent halls decorated with Carrer marble and carved wooden ceilings from juniper wood.
Saadian tombs located in Rue de La Kasbah, You can use Bab Agnaw road in the famous Jemaa El-Fna square to reach there.
You will find special signs that will direct you to the tombs after a walk of no more than a quarter of an hour.
|from El Saadian Tombs to||Distance|
|Jamae El Fna||10 mn walking|
|El Badi Palace||About 300m|
|Guéliz||About 4 km|
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|Adress:||Rue de La Kasbah, Marrakesh 40000, Morocco|