It is a Friday mosque in Fes el-Bali, the old city of Fez, Morocco. It has one of the tallest minarets in the city and slights Place Rcif in the center of the medina. The mosque is discovered just west of Place Rcif, an immense open square made in the twentieth century to give more straightforward access to within the medina. The mosque was worked in the eighteenth century in the midst of the lead of the Alaouite sultan Moulay Slimane in the midst of the run of Moulay Mohammed compartment Abdallah.
Its name connotes "Mosque of the Paved Road". The mosque features one of the tallest minarets in the old city, making it greatly unmistakable not too far off, especially from the south. The minaret has a square base and is enhanced essentially with gatherings of green faience.