Abandoned for centuries, The Saadian tombs are sepulchres in Marrakech, Morocco, located on the south side of the Kasbah Mosque.
Aerial photography were employed to rediscover the tombs and the mission was completed by 1917. The Beaux-arts service renovated the damaged portions. The tombs have been a major attraction for visitors to Marrakech, thanks to the beauty of their decoration.
The mausoleum has the graves of roughly 60 members of the Saadi Dynasty including the one of Ahmad al-Mansur and his kith and kin. The building consists of 3 rooms with the most popular one being the one that has 12 columns.