Courtyard of the Harem, Glaoui Palace, early 19th century, in Fes, Fes-Boulemane, Northern Morocco. The room has a central fountain, zellige tilework and a carved balcony which is damaged and in need of restoration. 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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Courtyard of the Harem, Glaoui Palace, early 19th century, in Fes, Fes-Boulemane, Northern Morocco. The room has a central fountain, zellige tilework and a carved balcony which is damaged and in need of restoration. 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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