Built in 1321, Ben Salah mosque was built by Sultan Abu Said Uthman El Merini. Its uniqueness is that it is one of the few monuments dating back to the Merinid period, revealing even today their art.
Ben Youssef Mosque is one of the oldest in the city, it dates back to the eleventh century and was built in honor of one of the seven saints of the city, Sidi Youssef Ben Ali. It has a minaret 40 meters...
The fire station Gueliz, based in the heart of Marrakech, is held by military firefighters for Civil Protection who deal with any emergencies and interruptions. Dial 15.
The Church of St. Anne is the only Catholic church in the city. It was built in 1930, the city being then under the French protectorate. Each Sunday, the geat church choir sing and the church has bought together local and african...
City Hall is located in a landmark building, between Gueliz and Jemaa El Fna Square.
Mouassine Mosque, also known as the Al-Ashraf, was built by the Saadian Sultan Ghalib Al-Bi Allah, at its right is the fountain Mouassine and left, the souks and bazaars.
The Central post is the main post office of Gueliz and is also a meeting point due to it's location.
Dating back to the year 965 AH, the construction of the mosque of Bab Doukkala was initiated by Lalla Massouda.
The wilaya is an administrative building which handles many requests and authorizations, and facilities in the region.
Berrima Mosque, or Mosque of the Kings, dates back to the eighteenth century and is located near the Palais El Badia.