The tombs Saadiens in Marrakech in Morocco, date from the time of the great sultan Ahmad al-Mansur Saadi (1578-1603). These tombs were discovered only around 1917 and then restored by the department of Fine Arts. They constantly since then to impress visitors with the beauty of their decoration.
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Saadian had chosen this garden adjoining the El-Mansour mosque to install the tombs of their kings. Built by Sultan Ahmed al-the Mansur Saad, this mausoleum contains not less than sixty tombs, the most impressive, the son of the Sultan Ahmed al-Mansur.
Saâdiens tombs are one of the only remaining vestiges of the Saadian dynasty who reigned over the golden age of Marrakech. In the early 18th century, Sultan Moulay Ismail had indeed decided to remove all traces of the magnificence of this dynasty demanding the destruction of all remaining vestiges.
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