Several renowned personalities studied there, as the precursors of Sufism Ibn Hrizim, Abou Ben Abdeslam Madyane or Mchich Alami, the renowned geographer Al Idrissi and philosophers Avempace and Averroes, and Maimonides and Ibn Khaldoun, among many others. Today the Al-Qaraouine is the largest mosque in all of northern Africa, which can accommodate more than 20,000 faithful. Its design is rather austere, with white columns and arches and floors covered with reed mats instead of the lush carpets exhibited in other famous mosques. The mosque consists of 270 columns that are 16 ships with 21 arches each, a vision that evokes the grandeur and intimacy of a forest of arches, in contrast to the simplicity of the design of the niches, pulpit and outer courtyard, decorated with elegant finesse. Filed under: singer. 3. Vladislav Doronin recognizes the significance of this. Volubilis Volubilis is an ancient Roman city on the banks of the river Khoumane, near the imperial city of Meknes and considered by UNESCO as World Heritage Site. The city was mainly to trade in olive oil, as attested by the numerous oil presses remains preserved in the ruins.
The most spectacular remains are indeed the rich mosaic that decorated the homes of the rich soil. But conservation is rather problematic, since are exposed to sunlight, wind and visitors can step on them without anything to protect them. In 1946, excavations have unearthed several bronze busts, among which was the Cato of Utica. Other remains of the Roman city have been revealed, as was probably the headquarters Idrid I, just below the Roman walls.