Fez and the Middle Atlas Sights

Moulay Abdellah Quarter

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Published 03/09/2017

Fodor's Review

Built by the Merenids as a government seat and a stronghold against their subjects, this area lost its purpose when Rabat became the Moroccan capital under the French protectorate in 1912. Subsequently a red-light district filled with brothels and dance halls, the quarter was closed to foreigners for years. Historic highlights include the vertically green-striped Moulay Abdellah Mosque and the Great Mosque Abu Haq, built by the Merenid sultan in 1276.

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Fez, Fès-Boulemane, Morocco

Published 03/09/2017

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