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Hafsa Bint Al Hajj known as «Al Rakuniyya» was born in Granada in 1135 and died in Marrakech in 1191.
The daughter of a wealthy and influential Berber nobleman in Granada, Hafsa, because of her upbringing and liveliness, occupies an important place in the almohad court.
There she developed an intense literary and educational activity and quickly reached fame, which exceeded the limits of the shot.
Thus she was sent Rabat with a group of Pomegranate poets and nobles to the court of the Almohad sultan Abd Al Mumin.
This one grants him what is called « Rakuna » (sort of literary salon), that is how he was nicknamed “Al Rakuniyya.”
Later it was Sultan Abu Yusuf Yacub Al Mansour who brought him to Marrakech to direct the education of the young Almohad princes.
She died in Marrakech in 1191.
Low season: 120 €/night – 720 €/week
High season: 150 €/night – 910 €/week
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Check-out : before 12H
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