It's worth stopping by the mausoleum when you're in Meknes. Like the rest of Meknes, I found it to be a calm, relaxed place. The mausoleum isn't very big, but it offers a rich display of traditional art - beautiful carved wood ceilings, calligraphy carvings, and of course, lots of zellij tilework.
It used to be a mosque, but is no longer used for prayers since it became a mausoleum, so it offers non-Muslims like me an opportunity to visit.
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