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FES TRAVEL


FES TRAVEL
FES TRAVEL

Fes is the queen of the Moroccan imperial cities,  the second biggest city in Morocco after Casablanca and the second destination of tourists after Marrakesh and it is the capital of Morocco In the Al-Addressa era, Fez is a stronghold for intellectuals and religious scholars throughout the history. On its land were built palaces, mosques and old schools, and fountains .it is called the spiritual heart of Morocco. Within its Antique walls, you’ll find the place where old Morocco still exists that astonishes visitors with its beauty and fragrant history. 
The city of Fes is divided into three sections, namely Fez Al-Bali, which represents the Old City and the new Fez, which was built in the twelfth century AD, and the new city built by the French during the French colonial era...
For the lovers of the Mousems, Fez gives an appointment every year for those looking for the culture and civilization of the old city: Moulay Abdallah ben Brahim is celebrated in May, Sidi Lahcen ben Ahmed in August and September has two: Moulay Idriss II and Moulay Idris Zerhoun.
Fez is characterized by  many historical sites and monuments attractions Religious among them :

 AL-QARAWIYYIN MOSQUE


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The Qarawiyyin Mosque was built in the 9th century by Fatima Al-Fahri in exactly 857 AD. It is one of the leading spiritual and educational centers in the Islamic world and is considered the oldest university in the world and has produced a number of prominent doctors, poets, and scientists. The Qaraouine Mosque is characterized by  Andalusian motifs including sculpted plaster, stone minarets, blue and white tiles, and magnificent marble fountains.

 AL -ANDALUSIAN MOSQUE


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Andalusian Mosque was built in the year 860 AD by the sister of Fatima Al-Fahria in Fes El -Bali, it is one of the oldest establishments and the main landmarks of the city. The mosque has known many renovations and many reforms and has been expanded several times since then.

WALLS OF FES EL-BALI


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FES TRAVEL

The constructions of the walls surrounding the city of Fes El-Bali dates back to The period of the reign of Nasser Al Muhadi 1199- 1213 CE,  the doors built on its walls are attributed to the rule of El-Zenateinne and Al-Adarssa

  • The door Al-Foutouh
  • The door of the church
  • Door  Al-Hamra
  • New door

AL- BOUANYNIA SCHOOL

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The Bouanynia school founded by Sultan Abu Inan Faris ibn Abi-Hassan Al-Marini between 1350-1355 CE,  is one of the famous school in  Fes and Morocco, the School is located in the Medina(Old City) of Fes near the Mosque of Al-Quaraouin .in addition to its role as an institution for the education and establishment of students. It has a beautifully decorated silo in addition to a water clock which the technique of operation is still unknown.

AL-ATTARIN SCHOOL


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FES TRAVEL

The Al-Attarin school, located to the north of the Qarawiyyin Mosque in Fez is one of the most beautiful Moroccan schools in spite of its small size due to its exquisite decoration, which makes it a rare architectural masterpiece.
 It was ordered its construction by the Sultan Marini Abu Said Osman between 1323 and 1325. it is said that he personally supervised its establishment at the beginning. and Al- Attarin school took its name from the market Attar (spice dealer).


 NORTH TOWER


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North Tower is located in the north of Fez Al-Bali, and it was and still one of the largest observation points in the city of Fez. It was the largest factory of traditional cannons in the world and a museum of conventional weapons in Morocco till now.



 DAR AL- BATHA 



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FES TRAVEL


Dar Al- Batha is a Moroccan museum created in Fes in 1915, at the start of the French protectorate in Morocco, previously built under the reigns of the Sultans Moulay Al- Hassan and Moulay Abdelaziz.
 It is a summer residence for royal receptions at that time, It was converted into a regional museum of arts and customs Currently.




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