Bab Ksiba is an ancient gate dating from the Almohads Dynasty. It gives direct access to the south of the Kasbah, where there were many royal palaces, it is also called Bab el Makhzen.
Bab Agnaou is the gateway to the district of the Kasbah. One of the nicest, which originally had two towers have now disappeared, hence the name which means "door ram without horns." Built in the early twelfth century, it is decorated with...
Bab Ighli was once the main entrance of the medina of Marrakech. It takes its name from those who were responsible for monitoring its entry, this door leads to the road to the Ourika valley.
Rob, meaning products made from grape fermentation including wine, Bab Rob was used to control smugglers entering the city.