Fez and the Middle Atlas Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Fez and the Middle Atlas - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Fez el-Bali 17

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Azrou 3

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Andalusian Mosque

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This mosque was built in AD 859 by Mariam, sister of Fatima al-Fihri, who had erected the Kairaouine Mosque on the river's other side...

Arch of Caracalla

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Rising out of fertile plains and olive groves, the impressive triumphal arch of Volubilis is the center point of the ancient Roman site.

Atelier de Tissage–Kasbah Myriem

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The Atelier de Tissage–Kasbah Myriem is a workshop run by the Notre Dame d'Atlas convent and monastery since 1925. Off the road to...

Attarine Medersa

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Named for local spice merchants known as attar , the Attarine Medersa (Koranic school of the Spice Sellers) was founded by Merinid...

Aux Merveilles du Tapis

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Hamid Hakim, proprietor of this carpet shop and brother of a university lecturer in 16th-century English literature, gives an impeccably...

Azrou Cedar Forest

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The Azrou Cedar Forest is a source of great pride throughout the country. Moroccan cedars, some more than 400 years old, grow to heights...

Bab Boujeloud

  • Building/Architectural Site

Built in 1913 by General Hubert Lyautey, Moroccan commander under the French protectorate, this Moorish-style gate is 1,000 years younger...

Bab Mansour

  • Building/Architectural Site

Widely considered North Africa's most beautiful gate, this huge horseshoe-shape triumphal arch was completed in 1732 by a Christian convert...

Bab es Seba

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Named for the seven brothers of Moulay Abdellah, who reigned during the 18th century, the Gate of Seven connects two open spaces originally...

Batha Musuem

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Housed in Dar Batha, a late-19th-century Andalusian palace built by Moulay el Hassan, the museum of Moroccan Arts has one of Morocco's...

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