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Striking Moroccan tile work, born in Fez | © Wikimedia Commons
Striking Moroccan tile work, born in Fez | © Wikimedia Commons
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11 of Fez's Top Museums

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Updated: 10 August 2017
Fez is one of Morocco’s four imperial cities. The city is known for its enormous souks, historic leather tanneries, and for being a hotbed for culture and spirituality. Additionally, Fez boasts a number of terrific museums covering various themes and catering to diverse interests. Here are some of the best.
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Dar Batha Museum

Dar Batha Museum is home to an extensive selection of traditional Moroccan arts and crafts. Many items were taken from historic buildings around the city. Visitors can feast their eyes on intricate Berber rugs, old musical instruments, and delicate embroidery from the city. There’s a large collection of ceramics, as well as beautiful zellige tile work, detailed wood carvings, and fine tadelakt plaster work. The building itself is also interesting; the former palace dates back to the late 19th century and was built on the orders of one of the country’s previous sultans. The gardens make for a pleasant stroll after admiring the artefacts and displays.

Dar Batha Museum, 5, Place Batha Oued Fejjaline, Fes +212 5356 37800

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