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Fes - Fez - Morocco
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Fes, the first and queen of the imperial capital of Morocco, never ceases to amaze with its beauty. A walk in the old town, where now stands the stark contrast between wealth and poverty, give strong emotions that are never forgotten. The city is divided into three areas: the old medina, new Medina Ville Nouvelle, the new city built by French in the 19th century.
Old Medina Fes El BaliOld Medina Fes El Bali
Nowadays the old medina of Fès el-Bali (Old Fes) is one of the world's largest pedestrian areas, the city built during the Middle Ages is a huge labyrinth of narrow streets where no cars. Since then it seems that time has not changed things much, the city lives in the past, almost like an outdoor museum. For these reasons, Fez el-Bali has been recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Place Boujloud Square
Boujloud The Place is the perfect spot for a trip in the old medina of Fes el Bali. It 'can leave the car outside the walls and once crossed the square the adventure begins in the Medina.
Medina - Souk Routes
The tourist route of the souks (markets or markets) are well marked by signs and provide your first friendly against Medina before the deep exploration of the labyrinth, where getting lost is almost taken for granted. The souks are located on narrow roads that intertwine as a network of covered to protect from the sun. In the souks you can find vendors of live fowl, rose petals and heads of goats are curious and strange places, and this is only the Beginning ...
The tanneries of Fes in Morocco are renowned. Showara, the most important, is divided into two areas: that of white ammonia tanks, used for initial treatment of raw hides and the colored tanks were used to paint the skins left to soak for 4 days. During the week we see people working with foot and body in the tanks (these photos were taken on Sunday).
Life In Old Medina
Exploration in deeper Medina shows how time has changed some old habits, there are scenes of children who take to the water fountain because they did not publish at home and in the open spaces with small markets for vegetables and fish land.
Medina's Bread Ovens
Many women work in the old medina bread at home, then took him to the public oven for baking. Baker recognizes the exact mix of each of them in fact have all of the different cloths to stand out.
Medersa Bou Inania (Bouinania)
The Medersa Inania Bou is a gem, a gorgeous masterpiece that testifies to the richness of the ancient imperial city of Fes.
New Medina Fes El JedidNew Medina Fes El Jedid
The new medina of Fès el Jedida is just minutes south of the old medina, within walking distance. The Medina is surrounded by massive walls interspersed with beautiful doors.
Palais Royal - Palace
The mammoth Royal Palace (Palais Royal) is attached to the new Medina, the door of gold leaves imagine internal exaggerated, but you can not visit ... they are the king.
The public gardens are located along the road connecting the new and old medinas.
Fes - Other PlacesMellah, Cemeteries
The district Mellah or Jew (Ghetto), was once the Jewish quarter. Some centuries ago the Arabs murdered them and buried them in the vast cemetery adjacent to the white neighborhood.
Kasbah Cherarda, University
The Kasbah Cherarda was once a citadel, fortress, today the structure houses the uiniversità of Fes. Located just minutes from the medina, within walking distance.
Fez, famous for its medina invaded by mass tourism, is also the third largest city of Morocco, has several residential neighborhoods where the poor often live a million people.