significant for the muslims very spiritual place. if your in fes dont forget to visit. a hidden gem in fes
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Zawiya moulay idriss is absolutely stunning. As a Muslim I visited for religious reasons and found myself sitting inside for ages admiring the amazing architecture. The colours and designs were just magnificent. I saw many tourists stopping outside to take photos but unfortunately they don't...More
This is one of the main attractions of Fez. Moulay Idris has left Damascus and fled to Morocco in 787. The Mausoleum is a popular pilgrimage site This mausoleum is open only to Muslims and non Muslims may not enter the mausoleum. It is very...More
The Zaouia Moulay Idriss II is a monastery where the tomb of Moulay Idriss II who ruled over Morocco from 807 and re-founded the city of Fes. Very sacred and if i wanted to could only take a photo from the entrance.
The door, and what we saw through it, was pure splendour. Very richly decorated. Would have loved to get really in;
Although only Muslims can enter, you can look in from the outside to your heart's content. This is one of Morocco's most holy sites and multiple entrances allow lots of views into the beautiful shrine. Just that little bit is worth the time. One of...More
I have to admit that as a Muslim I was allowed to enter this site. I do wonder why non-muslims are not allowed as they would be at any other mosque (apart from Mecca and Medina). Whilst this is speculation, I believe that if this...More
The most important place to stop by at the Medina of Fez Morocco. This is the Tomb of the builder of the city centuries ago. Great architecture, perfect ceramic work, great candles collection.
Not easy to find though it's steps away from the main street and off-limits to non-muslims, it's still worth looking at through the many big doors.