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Mosquée Sidi-bel-Abbès

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Mosquée Sidi-bel-Abbès

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The shrine of Sidi Bel Abbess, Patron Saint of Marrakech and the blind, who died in the thirteenth century, is at last appearing on maps as a key site and important part of the tourist trail especially now that is has undergone such an extraordinary renovation of the whole
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You are allowed into the central courtyard of this complex which contains a refuge for the blind. A rather charming habit of some young local people is to come to the shrine to take one of the blind residents out for a walk in the afternoons. The buildings, especially the doors
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This is a Islamic place. A quite a pretty mosque. You can see from outside if you are not a Muslim. Good for a photo.
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While not so close to the usual sites for a tourist, we are really glad we made the effort to find the Mosque Sidi-bel-Abbes. The disabled and blind still congregate here and the house for the blind is still operating to help them. By default rather than by our own decision we
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Nice building but quite expensive entrance fee!! The surrounding areas are a bit rough and wouldn't bother again
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