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The list Marinid art includes Ben Salah Mosque, Moorish Castle, Fes Jdid, Chrabliyine Mosque and Bab el-Mrissa. The list consists of 20 members.
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    Ben Salah Mosque

    Mosque in Marrakesh, Morocco
    Ben Salah Mosque
    Overview: The Ben Salah Mosque is a 14th-century Marinid mosque in the historic medina of Marrakesh, Morocco. It is the only major surviving Marinid-era monument in Marrakesh and is notable for its fine minaret ...
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    Moorish Castle

    Medieval fortification in Gibraltar
    Moorish Castle
    Overview: The Moorish Castle is the name given to a medieval fortification in Gibraltar comprising various buildings, gates, and fortified walls, with the dominant features being the Tower of Homage and the Gate ...
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    Fes Jdid
    Overview: Fes Jdid (English: New Fez) is one of the three parts of Fez, Morocco. It was founded by the Marinids in 1276 as an extension of Fes el Bali.
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    Chrabliyine Mosque
    Overview: The Chrabliyine Mosque (also spelled Shirabliyyin, Cherabliyine, etc.) is a Marinid-era mosque in Fez, Morocco.
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    Bab el-Mrissa
    Overview: Bab el-Mrissa (Arabic: باب المريسة‎), also known as Bab al-Mellah (Arabic: باب الملاح‎), is a gate in the city of Salé, Morocco. The gate was commissioned by the Marinid sultan Abu Yusuf Yaqub ...
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    Sahrij Madrasa
    Overview: Sahrij Madrasa or Sihrij Madrasa (Arabic: مدرسة الصهريج‎) is a madrasa in Fez, Morocco. The madrasa is located inside Fes el Bali, the old medina quarter of the city. The madrasa dates back to the ...
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    Saffarin Madrasa
    Overview: Saffarin Madrasa (Arabic: مدرسة الصفارين‎, 'madrasa of the metalworkers') is a madrasa in Fes el-Bali, the old medina quarter of Fez, Morocco. It was built in 1271 CE (670 AH) by the Marinid Sultan ...
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    Bab al-Amer

    City gate in Morocco
    Bab al-Amer
    Overview: Bab al-Amer (Arabic: باب الأمر‎) is one of the gates of Fez. It is founded in 1276 by the Marinids as an entrance to the Fes Jdid, the extended area to the Fes el Bali. It is located alongside the ...
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    Dar al-Sultan
    Overview: Dar al-Sultan (Arabic: دار السلطان‎) is a palace dating back to the Marinid dynasty in the village of Ubbad, 2km south of Tlemcen, Algeria. The palace is a part of the greater complex of Sidi Abu ...
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    Marinid Walls of Ceuta

    13th century walls in Ceuta, Spain
    Marinid Walls of Ceuta
    Overview: The Marinid Walls of Ceuta (Spanish: Murallas Merínidas de Ceuta) are a set of walls and towers located in Ceuta, Spain. They were constructed in the 13th century during the Berber Marinid dynasty's d ...
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    Arab Baths (Ceuta)

    Cultural property in Ceuta, Spain
    Arab Baths (Ceuta)
    Overview: The Arab Baths in Ceuta are medium size medieval public baths on the northern edges of the Medina quarter. This is thought to have been occupied since the 11th century. Archaeological investigations in ...
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    Marinid Walls of Algeciras
    Overview: The Marinid Walls of Algeciras (Spanish: Parque Arqueológico de las Murallas Meriníes de Algeciras) are city walls located in Algeciras, Spain. They were built by the Marinid dynasty. The walls were d ...
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    Marinid Tombs

    Historic site in Fez, Morocco
    Marinid Tombs
    Overview: The Marinid Tombs or Merenid Tombs refers to the ruins of monumental tombs on a hill above and north of Fes al-Bali, the old city of Fez, Morocco. Today, they are also a popular lookout point over the ...
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    Al-Attarine Madrasa

    Historic madrasa in Fez, Morocco
    Al-Attarine Madrasa
    Overview: The Al-Attarine Madrasa is a madrasa in Fes, Morocco, near the Al-Qarawiyyin. It was built by the Marinid sultan Uthman II Abu Said (r. 1310-1331) in 1323-5. The madrasa takes its name from the Souk a ...
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    Dar al-Magana

    Building in Fes, Morocco
    Dar al-Magana
    Overview: Dar al-Magana (Arabic for "clockhouse") is a house in Fes, Morocco, built by the Marinid Sultan Abu Inan Faris which holds a weight-powered water clock. The muwaqqit Abou al-Hassan Ibn Ali Ahmed Tlemsani ...
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    Zaouia Moulay Idriss II

    Religious site and building in Fez, Morocco
    Zaouia Moulay Idriss II
    Overview: The Zaouia of Moulay Idriss II is a zawiya (a shrine and religious complex; also spelled zaouia) in Fez, Morocco. It is dedicated to and contains the tomb of Idris II (or Moulay Idris II when including ...
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    Bou Inania Madrasa
    Overview: The Madrasa Bou Inania (also Bu Inaniya, المدرسة أبو عنانية بفاس al-madrasa ʾAbū ʿInānīya bi-Fās) is a madrasa in Fes, Morocco, founded in AD 1351–56 by Abu Inan Faris. It is widely acknowledged as an ...
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    Bou Inania Madrasa (Meknes)

    Historic madrasa in Meknes, Morocco
    Bou Inania Madrasa (Meknes)
    Overview: The Bou Inania Madrasa (Arabic: المدرسة البوعنانية‎ al-madrasa al-Būʿinānīya) is a madrasa (Islamic learning center) in the city of Meknes, Morocco. Contrary to what the name might suggest, it was ...
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    Ben Youssef Madrasa

    Historic monument in Marrakesh, Morocco
    Ben Youssef Madrasa
    Overview: The Ben Youssef Madrasa (français, Médersa Ben Youssef) is an Islamic college in Marrakesh, Morocco. Functioning today as an Islamic historical site, the Ben Youssef Madrasa was the largest Islamic college ...
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    Overview: The madrasa owes its name to the faqih (Islamic jurisprudent) Al-Mesbahi, the first faqih who taught in the madrasa. It is distinguishable from the white marble of the wall, which was brought by Abu a ...
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