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Fes—Morocco's third largest city—was founded in the 8th century and now has a population of over one million people. It is famous for its leather products and most of it comes from the leather bazaar (souq). The souq is home to three ancient leather tanneries, the largest and oldest being the Chouar
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When you only have one day in Fes, it can be hard to choose what to see and do. But what if you can actually see all the main sights in just one day?
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Morocco, there are lots of interesting things to do. In this post we will see 15 Things to do in Morocco which are extremely interesting.
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A list of the 7 best things to do in Fes, Morocco!
Morocco is a truly incredible country and there so much to see and do. Here is a compiled itinerary for two weeks in Morocco!
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Moroccan tiles - Arabic patterns - Instant Download - Set of 12 Paper - 12x12 inch - Digital Paper Pack - Scrapbook, Web design, Card making
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Top things to do in Fes Itinerary - Explore the old medina, indulge in a traditional hammam & Moroccan cuisine, relax in a riad and learn about its history.
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“The Bou Inania Madrasa (built in the 1300s) in Fes, Morocco seen through one of the gates of the city's old quarter.”
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