The people who can get inside the mosque are the religious people, and this is the basic rule in the Arab countries. Sigh at the fine architecture and the wonderful vision. Anyone who is older can really go to the Arab world to see
The Ben Joseph Mosque is also a famous mosque in Morocco. It has a history of more than 100 years. In the prayer hall inside the mosque, there is a very beautiful marble fountain. This is also a place where believers rush to pray and touch the holy water, which has very important religious significance.
Ben Joseph Theological Seminary is the largest seminary in North Africa for studying the Quran, and one of the representative buildings in Morocco's heyday. The entrance to the seminary is engraved with the words: ‘Whoever enters my door, I hope you will constantly surpass yourself. ‘’
It takes some time to find this place, because you have to go through an alley. In the open square of the Medina, there are signs to show you the way but it is not very obvious. Some children want to show you the way but they want money in return. As soon as I got there, I was very fortunate that we were here. At that time, the interior scenery of a school was still there, still in a very original state. Many beautiful sculptures are still preserved, and the visit only costs 20 dirhams (about 2 pounds). It's worth it. Highly recommended.
The mosque has placed too much spirit of the locals.