Of the 19 gates in the walls of the old Medina, Agnau is the most gorgeous. The gate consists of three carefully carved nested arches. The top corner is decorated with flowers, and the arch is composed of three panels with Quran inscriptions. Take a closer look and you might find that the gate is a blue-gray stone (found in nearby Gulets), in contrast to the red medina wall. Bab Haguenau was built in the 12th century by the Almohad Dynasty as an entrance to the Royal Kasbah. With the carefully carved arches, you may enter the royal state of mind on the way to admire the magnificence of the nearby Elbadi Palace or the magnificent view of the Mausoleum of Saadia. The door is always open and looks more refined when lit at night.