Jamaâ El Fna is a destination for all magic, and tells its storytellers, dancers, water sellers and snake charmers, the history of Morocco from yesterday and today while subduing its visitors by Its charm which begins in the morning and finds its height only in the evening. The medieval Moroccan chronicles written between the 11th and the 14th centuries refer to a Rahba al-Ksar, an esplanade of the palace situated in the middle of the olive, religious monument, the minaret of the Koutoubia close to the square. In the area of the Koutoubia. Public punishments had been imposed publicly since the 12th century.
The palace in question and certainly the Ksar al-Hajar built at the end of the 11th century by the Almoravids and whose ruins remain at the foot of the Koutoubia