The Tombs are the catacomb of 66 kings from the Saadian family, constructed in the 16th century. It was built by the Moroccan monarch Ahmed el Mansour. The premiseshowcasesbeautifully green pavilions. These comprise the superb space of the 12 columns that home the tombs of Ahmed el Mansour. The El Badi Palace, the grand home of Ahmed el Mansour, was robbed off its riches by the Moulay Ismail in the 17th century. However, it is an evidence of Marrakech's enlightening heritage - it’s pure size, place and the surrounding atmosphereadd to an interesting effect. These wonderful structures have been built making use of colourful tiles as well as comprising Arabic inscriptions. These tombs are situated close to the Kasbah mosque in the region of Kasbah that is in Medina, South. It is superior to go in the early hours to keep away from the crowd. These tombs are closed on Fridays.