عنوان مقاله [English]
The Islamic city is a living being, and each member has duties. The health and interaction of members with each other ensure the performance of those duties. The buildings of the Islamic city have intangible sub-uses that confirm the material and spiritual life of the town, in addition to their central function. Apart from their cultural and historical significance, the survivors of these buildings today recount the period of dominance of the original traditions over human life. Accordingly, the study of any particular architecture recognizes the impact of its current function on city life. On the other hand, the process of acceleration over time deprives man today of confidence and increases his need to take refuge in the effects of a time when man lived a quieter life. The main questions of this research are to figure out the role of school narration of the scientific life in the Islamic city and how to portray it for today’s tourists. The method of conducting research is a historical method that analyzes the way of life in the period by interpreting the past events. This study used a descriptive method in the data analysis. The purpose of this article is to go beyond filling leisure, entertainment, and sightseeing in the face of historic buildings and cities. Therefore, a tourist in the school building should be interpreted as a human sitting in the narrator’s presence. A narrative in which the school is a point of view that acquaints the tourist with traditional life.