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Today, Badi is a spectacular ruin of crumbling pisé (mud brick) walls, faded mosaic floors, and empty ponds and pools that visitors are free to explore on their own.
This 16th-century palace was once a playground for Saadian princes and visiting diplomats—a mammoth showpiece for opulent entertaining. Full review →
As 16th-century Sultan Ahmed el-Mansour was paving the Badi Palace, near Pl des Ferblantiers, with gold, turquoise and crystal, his court jester wisecracked, ‘It’ll make a beautiful... Full review →