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Fes is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and it was once Morocco's capital. The city was once Morocco's capital and is known as the country's cultural epicenter. When you visit this oldest city, you will explore new things that you didn't know before. For instance, towers of spices, traditional handicrafts, hammams, and tanneries are all inside this old medina. You have to explore this beautiful town and know the best things to do in Fes.

Al Quaraouiyine Mosque


It is one of the oldest universities in the world and it has been built by  Fatima al-Fihri. But now it becomes a mosque for Muslims only and its renewed library is open to all visitors. Surely you will admire by Seeing the magnificent handmade tilework dating back to the 9th century. It is a worthy place to visit.

Dar Batha Museum 


Dar Batha was a great palace that then turned into a museum in 1915 and was located in Medina. It looks like a piece of art that has adorable artifacts, traditional Moroccan tiles, and glamorous carpets inside. At the entrance of the museum, there is a charming garden Inspired by the Andalusia style that is full of plants, smells, and a water fountain. 

Chouara Tannery

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Do you know that this tannery is the oldest one in the whole world? That's true and they are doing the same thing until now. Men make the best leather in a huge tannery which is pretty good to pick up unique souvenirs for friends. Just be careful from the strong smell of the dyeing process in the tannery, you can take some mints with you or a scarf to cover your nose just in case.

Merenid Tombs


These tombs are home to the skeletal remains of Merenid dynasty sultans and other royals. Although the beauty of the decorations and engravings of the tombs are dim, you can still admire the uniqueness of the architecture. For a whole vision, you can climb up the hill to see the panoramic view of the entire medina is back 1,200 years old. Just don't stay until the dark because the descent is a little bit dangerous.

Borj Nord Arms Museum


The Borj Nord Museum is related to military history, located in a 16th-century fortress built by Sultan Ahmed al-orders. It houses a collection of antique weapons, including firearms, jewel-encrusted daggers, and swords, as well as shields, coats of arms, powder kegs, and photographs from the past. Its location is offering panoramic views of the surrounding areas.

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