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A Cultural tour in the historic Jewish quarter of Fez known in Morocco as Mellah, typical Moroccan Jewish Kosher food at the Jewish community center, meeting with members of the Jewish community of Fez, attending a service at the only functioning...more
Only 20 Jews apparently live in Fes now. Like many Arab cities in days of yore, Muslims, Christians and Jews readily lived together. The most evident feature of the buildings in the old Jewish Quarter are the balconies.
The southwest corner of the mellah (Jewish quarter) is home to the sea of blindingly white tombs that stretch down the hill; those in dedicated enclosures are tombs of rabbis. One of the oldest, high up against the north wall, is that of Rabbi Vidal...More
This ar a if the city is quite old and very interesting, first of all there is an amazingly beautiful Jewish cemetery and the mellah is full of synagogues , stores And interesting buildings. The architecture is unique and needs to be seen. Very active....More
This is way better than the mellah at marrakech..and rather eye opening and gives you a fair hint about earlier Jewish settlement ..bit tough to find .it's right within one of the nondescript lanes within the crowded souk lane ..and if u don't speak their...More
Once home to a thriving Jewish community. Now barely a memory. We had planned to do this on our own, I heartily recommend taking one of the official guides to help you find your way and absorb the history and poignancy of the place. We...More