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Royal Palace of Fes

Listed under Palaces in Fes, Morocco.

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The Royal Palace of Fes isn't just a palace, its grounds include landscaped gardens, expansive grounds, a madrasa and several small mosques. The palace is known for having many delightful details, such as golden doors and brass knockered gates, intricate mosaics and painted ceilings. Even though you can't go in this is still one of Fes's main attractions.

Written by  Esther Blume.

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