Sultan Moulay Idriss' final resting place lies within his Imperial palace, and the associated mosque is only the second one we were allowed to enter in Morocco. Beautifully detailed and quite relaxed, we enjoyed lingering away from the hot sun. Idriss' tomb is in the top photo here, surrounded by an intricate wooden and marble border and flanked by two grandfather clocks. The clocks were a present from French king Louis XIV after his daughter rejected Idriss' proposal of marriage. The bottom two photos show the grand ceiling and rising arches of the tombs foyer, and the fountain underneath them.