Tuesday, May 08, 2007

Map of Bat Ftuh Cemetery, Fes

This map shows the resting places of many of the scholars and saints buried in the cememtery at Bab Ftuh, Fes. It follows the path laid out by al-Kattani in Salwat al-Anfas


Unknown said...

assalamu `alaykum sidi

If it is possible, can you please clarify who Sidi al-Yamani is, located right below Sayyidi Yusuf al-Fasi?

I will be visiting Morocco very soon. I was told that Sayyidi `Ali al-Jammal is also buried in Fez, but that his maqam is sometimes difficult to locate. If you are aware of any landmarks, road names, etc that would assist me in locating the maqam it would be much appreciated.


Khalid Williams said...

Sidi Alai Jamal is buried in his zawiya just inside Bat Ftuh, it's easy to find if you ask anyone there.

Anonymous said...

Assalamu alaykum.
About to travel to Granada. Do you know of the locations of the Awliyah resting there?
BarakAllahu feekum

Khalid Williams said...

Alaykum Salam,

I'm afraid I don't know, I've never had the blessing of going there.

Anonymous said...

Assalamu alaykum. Beautiful and blessed city masha-Allah. Many Muslims are actually buried beneath the city, may Allah have mercy upon them.

Was hunting for Bab al-Ftuh on google maps. It's listed as 'Bad Ftouh'. Nice satellite pic.
Ramadan Kareem

Anonymous said...

Salaam...Inshallah will be travelling to Fez last week of Ramadan...anyone ever spent Ramadan in Morocco...i hear the hospitality is big there ?? any local gatherings of dhikr anyone know about ? apart from the Awliya that rest in them lands, does anyone know of any living Awliya that we may visit whilst in Morocco ??

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