This place has been well restored. If this is the first building of this kind you have seen, you will be amazed. But, most historical buildings in Fes Medina or other Morocco cities are more or less the same in design.
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For 20 dirhams you get the most beautiful display of handcraft in wood and stone. The place is so beautifully decorated, there is not a single inch uncovered with some ornament. I love this type of decoration, so I may be biased but this was...More
If you're into architecture and the beautiful wood carvings of the Qur'an scriptures on the walls of the school. Go here! You have to pay to get in, but it's totally worth it. Too bad we can't see the scholars' rooms though.
If you wanna hear and understand the history of the Moroccans, this is a must place to start with. It has a long history, is beautiful preserved.
We came here with our tour guide for the day; he told us it is a must see and we completely agreed! It is a beautiful hidden gem in the midst of the medina!
Always have groups of tourists in this site, the building has beautiful mosaics on many walls. Our guide explained very details on how to form the shape of mosaics and the talent of designer. Worth to visit during your stay in Fes.
The Madrasa Bou Inania was founded in AD 1351–56 by Abu Inan Faris. It is widely acknowledged as an excellent example of Marinid architecture. The name Bou Inania comes from the first part of the sultan's name Abou Inan. The madrasa functioned both as an...More
The Medersa is best visited early to avoid the large tour groups - very close to Bab Boujloud (Blue Gate); it is amazing to imagine how many students lived and learned there and what inspired such beautifully intricate workmanship on tile and wood