The Al-Attarine Madrasa is a 14th-century Islamic college located in the ancient city of Fes, Morocco. Built in 1323 by the Marinid Sultan Uthman II, it was intended to be a center of learning for Islamic theology and law. The Madrasa is known for its unique architectural style, which combines traditional Moroccan and Andalusian elements. The Madrasa features a central courtyard, a large prayer hall, and a series of student cells, decorated with intricate tilework, stucco, and wood carvings. Visitors can admire the intricate decoration, the beautiful architecture, and learn about the history of Islamic education in Morocco. The Al-Attarine Madrasa is a must-see attraction for anyone interested in Islamic architecture and Moroccan history, it is open to visitors all year round.