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Madrasa di Ben Youssef (Medersa Ben Youssef)
Madrasa di Ben Youssef (Medersa Ben Youssef)

Madrasa di Ben Youssef (Medersa Ben Youssef)

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Kaat Benahid, Marrakech, Morocco

Info pratiche

La Madrasa di Ben Youssef è aperta tutti i giorni dalle 9:00 alle 18:00. È chiuso in determinate festività religiose e l'ingresso costa circa $ 5 per l'ingresso alla madrasa o $ 6 per combinare un biglietto con il vicino Museo di Marrakech.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Suitable for all travelers, especially history and architecture buffs.
  • Admission is about $5 for entry into the madrasa, or $6 with entry to the nearby Marrakech Museum.
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Tours may include roundtrip hotel transport, entrance fees, food and drink. Check specific tours for details.
  • Many tours are wheelchair accessible. Be sure to check beforehand.
  • For walking tours, wear comfortable shoes.
  • Dress smart casual, and make sure shoulders are covered in houses of worship.
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How to Get There

Ben Youssef Madrasa is in Kaat Benahid in Marrakech, right in the center of the ancient Medina, easily accessible by taxi or walking from most of the city’s main attractions, hotels, and riads.

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When to Get There

Ben Youssef Madrasa is open daily from 9am - 6pm and closed on specific religious holidays. For the most temperate weather, the least amount of crowds, and the best hotel rates, visit Marrakech from March to May and between September and November.

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Madrasa History

Constructed as an Islamic place of learning in 1570, Ben Youssef Madrasa was once North Africa’s largest Islamic school, housing and educating over 900 students at once who were packed into dorms so spartan and small, travelers must crouch down to enter them. The madrasa officially stopped educating students in 1960, and has since become one of the city’s most interesting cultural attractions.

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