Dar al-Magana (Arabic: دار المكانة, lit. 'House of the Clock') is a 14th-century building in Fes, Morocco, built by the Marinid Sultan Abu Inan Faris which houses a weight-powered water clock. It is located opposite the Bou Inania Madrasa on Tala'a Kebira street and was created to serve that madrasa and its mosque, which was also built by Abu Inan around the same time.
The building is also sometimes referred to as the "House of Maimonides" due to a popular legend which claims that the house was once the residence of the famous Jewish philosopher Maimonides.
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Shirley Hong | Mar 1, 2018
20 dhr entrance fee to visit the courtyard only. The details of the architecture is amazing. Worth visiting.
Claire Washington | Dec 26, 2017
Stunning architecture inside. Small space but impressive. We were lucky to get there before all the tourists arrived!!
Paul Eichholtz | Feb 21, 2018
Beautiful Madrasa. One of the few islamische buildings in Fez you can see from inside.
senhaji zahi latfarrahmane | Dec 24, 2017
Oldest moroccan islamic school created by el Sultan Abou Inan Al Merini King of thé Merinides Dinasty bêtween 1350 and 1355. Its thé only old school in thé old Medina with à Minerat.
Lawson Heah | Dec 14, 2017
Beautiful Decor and Moroccan architecture! 20DH entry
saidi hajar | Jun 1, 2018
amazing place to see the moroccan achitecture
cellula45 | Jul 7, 2018
Very nice, but small. It isn't worthy 20 DIH entrance fee.
Elizabeth Milgram | Aug 9, 2018
THAT PLACE IS WONDERFUL ! It's overdecorated and full of magics ! i absolutely loved it !
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