It is a building in Marrakesh, instructed in 1117 by Almoravids, and was used for ablution besides having water faucets (for drinking), toilets, and showers. As an place for ablution performance, it was part of an Almoravid mosque. The Koubba is close to the Museum of Marrakesh. Marble and Cedar wood, which Morocco is known for, are the materials used to decorate it with patterns and inscriptions in a sheer Moroccan architecture. Despite its small size, the Kouba is the only Almoravid building in Marrakesh that could still stand for more than 12 centuries.