The Palace is set in the large garden deserving tourists’ attention. The garden features the rarest plants, picturesque cozy enclosures with alcoves as well fountains added with original statuary groups. The most significant landmark of the city is the Koutoubia Mosque (the Kutubiyya Mosque). This is the largest and the highest building in the city of Marrakesh being seen almost from any spot of the area. All the city guests may explore the religious landmark and enjoy its ancient prayer towers being perfectly preserved till nowadays.
The Medina district features numerous unique historical landmarks and sights. This is the place of the magnificent Ali Ben Youseff Mosque built in the 12th century as well as the Mouassine Mosque of the 16th century. Though the people of other confessions are not allowed to enter the territory of the Mosques still thousands f tourists visiting the religious landmarks to embrace the beauty and magnificence of the buildings.
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