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Detail of decorative tiles, Royal Palace, 17th century, Fez, Morocco, pictured on February 24, 2009 in the evening. The Royal Palace compound in Fes-el-Jedid covers 80 hectares and contains gardens, mosques and a 14th century Madrasa. As a residence of the king of Morocco it is closed to the public but is impressive even from the outside being especially famed for its golden doors. Fez, Morocco's second largest city, and one of the four imperial cities, was founded in 789 by Idris I on the...
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