The Moroccan city of Fez

The Moroccan city of Fez reached its golden age in the Marinid period (13th-15th century) from when is dated the city’s reputation as an important intellectual centre, and its most noted sites of interest; monuments, public buildings and especially madrasas (religious schools). The madrasas are a particular hallmark of Marinid architecture, with a striking blending of Andalusian and Almohad traditions

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