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RIAD MAZAR FES RIAD MAZAR FES IS A BEAUTIFUL TRADITIONAL MOROCCAN HOUSE THAT HAS BEEN REFURNISH TO CREATE AN ELEGANT ARABESQUE ATMOSPHERE. THIS BEAUTIFUL RIAD COMBINES TRADITION WITH COMFORT TO CREATE UNIQUE AND PLEASURABLE PLACE TO STAY DURING YOUR TRIP TO FES, MOROCCO. THE GROUND FLOOR OF THE RIAD IS CENTERED ON A TILED COURTYARD […]
RIAD DAR TAHA FES We are glad to heartily welcome you in our Guesthouse for your job or your holiday. You can breathe the air of an ancient spiritual and cultural capital with its everlasting charm. We have been working in hospitality for years. Our staff has been working with passion and zeal, taking care […]
Place Seffarine, Fes Medina One of the most charming and authentic places of Fez is composed mostly of coppersmiths stalls. Within this same square are the library of the University Al Qaraouiyine and madrasah of the same name (Seffarine) built by Sultan Marinid Abu Youssef in 1280. The coppersmiths and tinkers are grouped around the […]
Nejjarine Museum of Wood Arts and Crafts in Fes This museum is in a wonderfully restored funduq – a caravanserai for travelling merchants who stored and sold their goods below and took lodgings on the floors above. Centred on a courtyard, the rooms are given over to displays of traditional artefacts of craftsmen’s tools, chunky […]
The Ibn Danan Synagogue ( Aben Danan Synagogue ) The Ibn Danan Synagogue (Hebrew : בית הכנסת אבן דאנן, Arabic: معبد ابن دنان), is a Jewish synagogue in Fes, Morocco, dating from the 17th century. It was built by Mimoun Ben Sidan, a a rich merchant from the town of Aït Ishaq in Khénifra when 1600 jewish […]
The Zaouia Moulay Idriss II The Zaouia Moulay Idriss II is a zaouia in Fes, Morocco, dedicated to and tomb of Moulay Idriss II, who ruled Morocco from 807 to 828 and founded the city of Fes for the second time in 810. In the year 1308, almost five centuries since the death of Moulay […]