• History of Fez
    Fez or Fez ([fās], in Arabic, Fes in English) is the third largest city in Morocco, after Casablanca and Rabat, with a population of 1 million (the Fassis). It is one of the … Read more
  • Medersa Bou Inania
    Built between 1350 and 1355, the location of the Bu-Inanijja Medersa is interesting. Unlike the other medersas in Fez, it is not located near the Karawijn Mosque. For those who do not know, … Read more
  • The old kasbah
    This kasbah, built in 1540 by Mohamed ech-Sheikh saw its fate reduced to ashes with the earthquake and tidal wave of 1960. In 15 seconds, several thousand people died, all buried under the … Read more
  • Chouara Tannery
    Feska Tannery owes its popularity to the leather production process, which has remained unchanged for centuries. Every day, the guild’s workers sweat and work hard to ensure the highest quality of their products, … Read more
  • Garden of Menara
    The Menara Garden is a vast park located next to the Hivernage district, southwest of Marrakech and practically at the foot of the imposing Atlas Mountains. From the medina, exit through the Bab … Read more
  • History of Marrakech
    Marrakech was founded in 454 A.H., corresponding to the year 1062 A.D. by Youssef Ibn Tachfin, the first ruler of the Almoravid dynasty. The different historical sources do not agree on the meaning … Read more