Bou Inania Medersa
The Madrasa Bou Inania (Arabic: المدرسة البوعنانية, romanized: al-madrasa ʾabū ʿinānīya; Berber languages: ⴰⵙⵉⵏⴰⵏ ⴱⵓ ⵉⵏⴰⵏⵉⵢⴰ) is a madrasa in Fes, Morocco, built in 1350–55 CE by Abu Inan Faris. It is the only madrasa in Morocco which also functioned as a congregational mosque.
Fes el Bali (Arabic: فاس البالي, lit. 'Old Fes', Berber languages: ⴼⴰⵙ ⴰⵇⴷⵉⵎ) is the oldest walled part of Fez, Morocco.
Chouara Tannery (sometimes spelled Chouwara) is one of the three tanneries in the city of Fez, Morocco. It is the largest tannery in the city and one of the oldest.
The Al-Attarine Madrasa or Medersa al-Attarine (Arabic: مدرسة العطارين, romanized: madrasat al-ʿattārīn, lit. 'school of the perfumers') is a madrasa in Fes, Morocco, near the Al-Qarawiyyin Mosque.
Aben Danan Synagogue
The Ibn Danan Synagogue (Arabic: معبد ابن دنان, Hebrew: בית הכנסת אבן דאנן) is a synagogue in Fes, Morocco, dating from the 17th century. It was built by Mimoun Ben Sidan, a wealthy merchant from the town of Ait Ishaq.
Borj Nord or Burj al-Shamal (Arabic: برج الشمال), Al-Burj ash-Shamali (Arabic: البرج الشمالي) is a fort in the city of Fez, Morocco. It was first established in 1582 by the Saadi dynasty, modeled after the Portuguese forts in the 16th century.
Fes Jdid or Fes el-Jdid (Arabic: فاس الجديد, lit. 'New Fez') is one of the three parts of Fez, Morocco.
Zaouia of Moulay Idriss II
The Zawiya of Moulay Idris II is a zawiya (an Islamic shrine and religious complex, also spelled zaouia) in Fez, Morocco. It contains the tomb of Idris II (or Moulay Idris II when including his sharifian title), who ruled Morocco from 807 to 828 and is considered the main founder of the city of Fez.
Place Seffarine (Seffarine Square; also spelled Saffarin) is a small square in the medina (old city) of Fes, Morocco. It is located on the south side of the Qarawiyyin Mosque, close to the Bou Khrareb River which runs through the heart of the medina.
Bab Bou Jeloud
Bab Bou Jeloud (also spelled Bab Boujeloud or Bab Boujloud) is an ornate city gate in Fes el Bali, the old city of Fez, Morocco. The current gate dates was built by the French colonial administration in 1913 to serve as the grand entrance to the old city.
Bab Guissa or Bab Gisa (Arabic: باب الكيسة or باب عجيسة) is the main northwestern gate of Fes el Bali, the old walled city of Fes, Morocco.
Bab Moulay Abdellah mosque
The Moulay Abdallah Mosque or Mosque of Moulay Abdallah is a major mosque and royal necropolis complex situated in the center of the Moulay Abdallah district in Fes el-Jdid, the historic palace-city and citadel in Fes, Morocco. It was founded by the Alaouite sultan Moulay Abdallah (ruled intermittently between 1729 and 1757) who is buried in the adjoining necropolis along with later members of the dynasty.
Cherratine Madrasa (Arabic: مدرسة الشراطين, romanized: Madrasat esh-Sherātīn, lit. 'school of the rope makers') is an Islamic school or madrasa that was built in 1670 by the Alaouite Sultan Moulay al-Rashid.
Sahrij Madrasa or Madrasa al-Sahrij (sometimes also Sihrij Madrasa) (Arabic: مدرسة الصهريج, romanized: madrasat as-sahrij) is a madrasa in Fez, Morocco. The madrasa is located inside Fes el Bali, the old medina quarter of the city.
Borj Sud (Arabic: برج الجنوب, romanized: Burj al-Janub; “South Tower/Fort”) is a fort in the city of Fez, Morocco. It was first established around 1582 by the Saadian dynasty, likely modeled after Portuguese forts of the time.
Bab Semmarine (Arabic: باب السمارين, lit. 'Gate of the Farriers') is the monumental southern gate of Fes el-Jdid, a part of the old city of Fez, Morocco.
Bab Segma (Arabic: باب السيكمة) was a former Marinid gate in Fes, Morocco. It was located north of Fes el-Jdid and was built in 1286 as a part of the Marinid royal gardens located there.
Bab Dekkakin or Bab Dekakene (Arabic: باب الدكاكين, romanized: bab ad-dekakin, lit. 'gate of the benches') is a fortified and ceremonial gate in Fes, Morocco.
Dar al-Magana (Arabic: دار المكانة, lit. 'House of the Clock') is a 14th-century building in Fes, Morocco, built by the Marinid Sultan Abu Inan Faris which houses a weight-powered water clock.
Bab al-Amer (Arabic: باب الأمر, lit. 'gate of order') is one of the historic city gates of Fes, Morocco.
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The Al-Attarine Madrasa or Medersa al-Attarine (Arabic: مدرسة العطارين, romanized: madrasat al-ʿattārīn, lit.View more
Aben Danan Synagogue
The Ibn Danan Synagogue (Arabic: معبد ابن دنان, Hebrew: בית הכנסת אבן דאנן) is a synagogue in Fes, Morocco, dating from the 17th century.View more
Bab Mahrouk, also spelled Bab Mahruq, (Arabic: باب المحروق ) is historically the main western city gate of Fes el Bali, the old walled city of Fes, Morocco.View more