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Visited here in July, the entrance alone is exquisite and doesn't disappoint once inside. The wooden arches, carved plaster work and ornate tile work is stunning. People come here to invoke blessings. boys before being circumcised or women wanting to get pregnant. The place has...More
We went with a tour guide but could only peer through the door. There were lots of people because the city is doing annual celebration of Moulay Idriss. The inside looked beautiful and I would have loved to be able to enter and look more...More
A historic mosque that is extremely well-kept. It contains a shrine for the local saint "Idriss" and is serviced by a very friendly caretaker who was very happy to show us around and explain things. In addition to its historic/touristic value, it is also a...More
Tourists cannot enter but views from outside are enticing and interesting and it is appropriate to recognise the founder of Fes when in his city. The area around is very busy and there is a need to enjoy a glimpse and to move along.
This is the mausoleum of the man who is considered the founding father of Fes. Apparently there are many entrances to the Mausoleum. We were taken to the entrance that is in one of the alleyways of the souk. We were not allowed inside so...More