Royal Palace, 17th century, Fes, Fes-Boulemane, Northern Morocco.  The Royal Palace compound in Fes-el-Jedid covers 80 hectares and contains gardens, mosques and a 14th century madrasa or religious school. As a residence of the king of Morocco it is closed to the public. Fes-el-Jedid was founded in 1244 as a new capital by the Merenid dynasty, and contains the Mellah, or Jewish quarter. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Royal Palace, 17th century, Fes, Fes-Boulemane, Northern Morocco. The Royal Palace compound in Fes-el-Jedid covers 80 hectares and contains gardens, mosques and a 14th century madrasa or religious school. As a residence of the king of Morocco it is closed to the public. Fes-el-Jedid was founded in 1244 as a new capital by the Merenid dynasty, and contains the Mellah, or Jewish quarter. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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