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The Medina of Fez

By Astridtemplier @AstridTemplier

As part of my September trip to Fez, I got to wander a lot in the city’s Medina. According to many, and to the Moroccans themselves, Fez is considered as the most authentic city of the kingdom: this doesn’t mean that there are no tourists – because they are present as anywhere else worth visiting – but it seems that Fez, unlike many other cities, is not trying too hard to flaunt its beauties. Its treasures are well hidden, and one will have to search behing closed doors to discover them. This may be achieved by  looking into a few riads, those lovely small palaces built around indoors fountains and gardens, or by casting an eye in one of the small yet richly adorned mosques of the Medina. The colourful markets scattered across the crooked streets and paths are another jewel themselves. Fez definitely is a great place for anyone looking for an exotic change of scenery, and it makes for a very picturesque  destination.

The Medina of Fez

The Medina of Fez

The Medina of Fez

The Medina of Fez

The Medina of Fez

The Medina of Fez

The Medina of Fez

The Medina of Fez

The Medina of Fez

The Medina of Fez

The Medina of Fez

The Medina of Fez

The Medina of Fez

The Medina of Fez

The Medina of Fez

The Medina of Fez

The Medina of Fez

The Medina of Fez

The Medina of Fez


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