23 Jan Fez in Photos | Morocco

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I can barely fit. Still, I move forward and follow our guide; we are roaming through medieval alleyways and corridors. At times the maze of winding ways becomes dense, dark and narrow, almost crushing, so tight that only one person can walk at one time. It’s hard to imagine and describe, but to this day over 70,000 people inhabit and call home a vast area that remains the world’s largest car-free urban zone, where carts, donkeys, and horses are the primary way of moving goods. This is the medina of Fez, an intriguing quarter in which the turn of a blind pathway can lead to a charming square with exquisite fountains full of workshops with traditional artisans and bursting food stands…

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