Almoravid Qubba in Marrakech

Almoravid Qubba

The Almoravid Qubba or Qubba Barudiyyin is a gorgeous example of Islamic architecture from the 12th century. The unique architectural monument of Almoravid, located in the heart of the Medina, impresses with its uniqueness.

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The Almoravid Qubba

The Almoravid Qubba was built in the 12th century by the Almoravid dynasty, which ruled most of Morocco and some parts of Spain. The Qubba is a square building twelve meters high with a dome-shaped roof adorned with intricate geometric patterns and calligraphy. It is thought to have been used as a prayer room for the rulers of the Almoravids.

The interior of the dome of the Almoravid Qubba

The Qubba Barudiyyin is one of the few surviving examples of Almohad architecture in Marrakech. This is the testimony of the architects and builders of Almohad and a reminder of the city’s rich history.

On the top floor there is an archaeological museum, telling about the history of the Qubba.

Tickets prices

The ticket price is 50 MAD.

Opening hours

From Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 6 pm


May 22, 2023

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