Carved stucco walls in the Al-Attarine Madrasa, a religious school built 1323-25 by the Marinid Sultan Uthman II Abu Said, who ruled 1310-31, in the medina of Fes, Fes-Boulemane, Northern Morocco. This intricate carved stucco work surrounds the central courtyard, and zellige tiles cover the lower walls. The medina of Fes was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Carved stucco walls in the Al-Attarine Madrasa, a religious school built 1323-25 by the Marinid Sultan Uthman II Abu Said, who ruled 1310-31, in the medina of Fes, Fes-Boulemane, Northern Morocco. This intricate carved stucco work surrounds the central courtyard, and zellige tiles cover the lower walls. The medina of Fes was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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