Carved stucco decoration from the main reception room, inspired by a room in the Alhambra, Glaoui Palace, early 19th century, in Fes, Fes-Boulemane, Northern Morocco. This room is decorated with zellige tiles in geometric patterns, carved stuccowork and stained glass windows. Thami Glaoui, Pasha of Marrakech, used this as his Fes residence. The complex consists of 30 fountains, 17 houses, 2 hammams, an oil mill, a mausoleum and cemetery, a madrasa, gardens and stables. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Carved stucco decoration from the main reception room, inspired by a room in the Alhambra, Glaoui Palace, early 19th century, in Fes, Fes-Boulemane, Northern Morocco. This room is decorated with zellige tiles in geometric patterns, carved stuccowork and stained glass windows. Thami Glaoui, Pasha of Marrakech, used this as his Fes residence. The complex consists of 30 fountains, 17 houses, 2 hammams, an oil mill, a mausoleum and cemetery, a madrasa, gardens and stables. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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