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Sahrij Madrasa

Listed under Mosques in Fes, Morocco.

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Sahrij Madrasa is named for the mirror pool in the centre of its courtyard, which is called sahrij because it's an ablution pool.  It was built in 1321 but is still being used as students quarters.  Even non-Muslims can visit the courtyard though. 

Written by  Esther Blume.

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