The historic city of Fez consists of Fes el-Bali, the original city founded by the Idrisid dynasty on both shores of the Oued Fes (River of Fez) in the late 8th and early 9th centuries, and the smaller Fez el-Jdid, founded on higher ground to the west in the 13th century.
Fès el Jedid The one-time Merinid capital, containing Royal Palace and the old Jewish quarter, is now a pleasant haven between the hustle and bustle of Fès el Bali and the ville nouvelle. Allow half a day, perhaps in the late afternoon, before heading for the Borj Nord at sunset.
Dar Batha Museum in Fes Medina Dar Batha Museum is located in the heart of the medina, opposite the beautiful Bou Inania. Before becoming a museum in 1915, the building was a beautiful palace of Arab-Andalusian style, built by Moulay el Hassan in the late nineteenth century.
Along with Borj Nord, the other forts built at this time were: Borj Sud, facing Borj Nord across the valley on a hilltop overlooing Fez from the south; Kasbah Tamdert, a citadel guarding Bab Ftouh to the south-east; and the Borj Sheikh Ahmed, one of three bastions built along the east and south walls of Fes el-Jdid and the one closest to Fes el ...
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Fez, Morocco sometimes written as Fes, Morocco was the capital of the country until 1925 and has long been considered the spiritual home of the country. The Fez medina is one of the largest car-free zones in the world and is a UNESCO world heritage site.
Located in front of the Jnane Sbile Garden in Fes, Hotel Jane Sbile offers a steam bath, garden, terrace and 24-hour reception. It is just a 3-minute walk from the Batha Museum. All air conditioned rooms feature a balcony with garden views, satellite TV and a minibar.
The Marinid dynasty briefly held sway over all the Maghreb in the mid-14th century. It supported the Kingdom of Granada in Al-Andalus in the 13th and 14th centuries; an attempt to gain a direct foothold on the European side of the Strait of Gibraltar was however defeated at the Battle of Río Salado in 1340 and finished after the Castilian conquest of Algeciras from the Marinids in 1344.
Fès is the fourth largest city in Morocco and also known as one of the ancient imperial cities). It is separated into three parts, Fès el Bali (the old, walled city), Fès -Jdid (new Fes, home of the Mellah), and the Ville Nouvelle (the French-created, newest section of Fes.
Fes el Bali was founded as the capital of the Idrisid dynasty between 789 and 808 AD. Besides being famous for having the oldest university in the world, the University of Al-Karaouine, Fes el Bali, with a total population of 156,000, is also believed to be the biggest car-free urban area in the world.
40 sqm : Beautiful Suites with mini Moroccan living room with painted wooden ceiling, zellige, stucco lace and marble. 47 sqm : This high vaulted ceilings suite with terrace overlooking the Patio and the Pool offers an exceptional bathroom which was the previous hammam of the Palace.
Bab Riafa « Rifian people gate » is the sole remnant of the Kasbah Riafa that housed the contingent from the Rif region during Moulay Hassan’s reign, and which used to enclose the Old Medina to the south. This gate is composed of two big arched entrances through which hundreds of cars pass everyday as it is situated in a principal road leading to the Old Medina.
The entrance to Fez' Palais Royale is a stunning example of modern restoration, but the 80 hectares of palace grounds are not open to the public. Visitors must be satisfied with viewing its imposing brass doors, surrounded by fine zellij and carved cedar wood.
Coordinates: 34°03′53.45″N 4°58′29.00″W / 34.0648472°N 4.9747222°W / 34.0648472; -4.9747222The Zaouia of Moulay Idriss II is a zaouia in Fez, Morocco. It is dedicated to and contains the tomb of Idris II, who ruled Morocco from 807 to 828 and is considered the main founder of the city of Fes and of the first Moroccan Islamic state. It is located in the heart of Fes el-Bali, the UNESCO-listed old medina of Fez.