juki235The Blue Gate of Burilu is an iconic building in the entire ancient city of Fes. On the front wall of this gate, thousands of purple and blue mosaic tiles are inlaid, making the whole gate present a kind of The melancholic blue is very beautiful, attracting many tourists to visit.
大姐小露開心果The ancient city of Fes
Listed as a World Heritage Site
Considered to be one of the largest urban pedestrian areas in the world
In the ancient city
The most "colorful" attraction
Dangshu Leather Dyeing Workshop
Here is the traditional craftsmanship that has been passed down for thousands of years
Use natural materials
Produce the best leather in the world
A large number of tourists here
Must board the roofs of surrounding houses
To see how the workers in the dyeing workshop process the leather
Before entering the tour
Everyone gave out a mint leaf to cover his nose
To cover the sour smell of the dyeing workshop
Because of not adapting
Pinched his nose and finished the tour hastily
D29***84If you go to Fes, be sure to stay in the medina. It’s noisy, smelly, chaotic, a total maze and a little eerie at night, but as long as you stay in the ‘main street’ you will be okay. If you are looking for luxury, look else where. If you want an awe inspiring cultural experience, enjoy the medina!
AricFongThe Woodcarving Museum displays local ancient woodcarving tools and exhibits. It would be even better if some woodcarving craftsmen were added here! In addition, you can drink on the roof of the museum, and the price is acceptable. It is not expensive. Tickets only cost 20 dirhams and are not expensive.
Travel to Morocco on the 157th day and 10th country
乐天的静Of all the places of interest we saw in Morocco, this was the best I think! I think it was fascinating to see people coating their legs to knees with dye! I had to wonder how they could wash away the color dyes on their skin and what the effect would be if the body absorbed them. I took a hundred photos while I was staying here! Every time I see someone I show them the picture and surprise them, "what's the strange thing in the world?" Go, you won't regret it!
泰迪小熊On March 4, 2019, Atarina College, not far from the Karaviin Mosque, has been the prep school of the University of Karaviin. Muslim children in North Africa generally learn basic Islamic and cultural knowledge here before moving to Karaviin. The college is still continuing its normal teaching activities, and we did not enter the tour. A brief look at the architectural decorative arts is enough to please the eye.
Compared to the romance of the ancient European towns, Fes is like Aladdin with a magic lamp, full of temptation and magic.
Various handicrafts in the ancient city of Fes, dazzling and heart-wrenching.
If you go to Morocco Fez, you must not miss this!
Millennium ancient city Fez, the most attractive to me is the market here, if you go to Fes, then you must visit the local market here!
The ancient city of Fes, there are two main roads. The locals remind us that it is enough to visit these two main roads, especially not to go to the alley at night.
Carpet shop makes me linger, I love the handmade carpets here, mainly wool carpets and camel hair carpets. The camel hair carpet weave is especially good for color matching (the owner said that the wool can be cut every year, but the camel hair can be cut once in 5 years).
I like the African musical instrument here and bought a fish skin tambourine for the meat. The little brother in the store was very interesting. He also took us to visit the factory in the backyard, saying that the store was opened by his grandfather and played many kinds of African musical instruments for us.
Counter-offer: I saw that the bargain strategy before it was still 1/3, but its really not the same as every operation. Just enjoy the fun of this kind of bargain~
A few things that the old Moroccan city of Fes had to do
million-year history of the ancient city of Fes can satisfy all your imaginations of Morocco, mysterious and romantic.
A few things that must be done in Morocco
Looking at Morocco from the photos, it is vivid and full of flavor. A creamy Arabian cake, a sweet fruit platter, and a spicy Moroccan dish on the market. As if to jump out of the screen, and come back to me.
The house that lived in Fez was very retro, and you could see beautiful scenery from the rooftop. During that time, the journey was slightly relieved. You can change a few sets of clothes and go to the oldest city in the world that is easy to get lost. However, there are still too many streets and alleys to stop, I hope there will be opportunities in the future, and then come here to get lost.
However, in Morocco, people can't help but lift the camera all the time.
For such a country that needs to travel, how can it be easy to complete the trip, and you can use the camera to perfectly preserve these beautiful scenery and unique colors?
Finally, let me share some of my photo experiences:
1 Lightly loaded: In addition to the camera itself, dont be too heavy, its best not to carry too heavy bags when taking pictures, so you can free your hands and try each The angle of photography.
The camera bag like my back has been praised by countless passers-by, because it is really nice, and it is different from the traditional earthen camera bag. Can be used with a variety of colors!
2Try the angle of change: In addition to the regular shooting angle, it is better to try to shoot from the bottom up and take a beautiful ceiling. Or tilt the composition, full of fun. Or put the subject of the shot in the corner of the picture, full of mystery.
3 The closer the clothing is to the local, the better: Don't be afraid that colorful clothes can't be controlled. In this colorful country, of course, you should wear clothes with high saturation colors. More beautiful.
4 Shoot more details: The girl's mind is always very delicate, in addition to the beautiful scenery, there are some details around you should not miss it. A small cake, or a branch of an orange tree, can be put into your camera.
I hope that in the mysterious country of Morocco, I can find a suitable shooting method for you, and explore the journey that belongs to you~
Right, Figure 9 is the beautiful mother I shot.
Lost in the old streets of the ancient city of Fos, looking for the handmade market
as the earliest Arab city and Islamic center in North Africa, for more than a thousand years, the old town of Fes has always been a holy place in the hearts of North African Muslims . The old town here is called Medina, and the Islamic world means city in the city. The capitals of many Arab countries have old towns, and the Arabic word "Medina" is the unified title for these old towns. The "Medina" of Fes has long been listed on the World Heritage List by UNESCO.
There are good things for the tourists who have done a good job. Fes" "Medina" has more than 9,000 intertwined and well-connected streets, and the winding streets are lined with sloping roofs. And the mysterious canopy, revealing the bright lights from the window. When the tourists walked in these small streets, they looked at the strange things in the window that they didnt know. They always felt that pushing a broken door would make them "one thousand and one nights" dreamlike. In the world.
The road is very narrow. The private handicraft workshops on both sides of the road are all neatly stacked on the doorway. The streets are not like vehicles. Even the tourists on foot will feel the space is not easy to walk through. When encountering the donkeys carrying the goods, the pedestrians must take the initiative to give way, and everyone is afraid of the Turkish blind who does not care. Fortunately, the Arabian nature is warm and hospitable, and often invites pedestrians who are forced to hide into the store to have a cup of hot milk tea.
The craftsmanship of Festus is to admire the city and the craftsmen here. Walking in the narrow alleys of Fez, I can hear the sound of metal tapping. It is the sound of all kinds of silver, copper and iron handicraft shops gathered in the alley. The textiles and porcelain of the handmade market can't be missed!
Morocco Fez panoramic terrace accommodation dar seffarine
Morocco's share begins with accommodation in Fes. The first impression of this old house was exquisite. We stayed here for two nights and spent almost half a day in it. After talking with the proprietress for a long time, the boss was an Iraqi. At the age of 22, he fled from Iraq to the Norwegian political refuge, and went to the art school to study architecture in Norway. He was a talented architect. The proprietress is a Norwegian who studies art at the school across the road and is an artist who is free and easy. They met at the bar next to the school. After they got married, no children were busy with work and took time. When I arrived in Morocco, I felt that the boring work was boring, so I spent 500,000 RMB to buy this old house, and spent three years re-engineering the decoration before it appeared in this way. Exquisite tiles, complicated patterns, and chic furniture are all created together. We talked from each other's love experiences to share the beauty of our hometown, from the current state of Moroccan society to war and peace, and finally the boss's words made us feel deeply: "why you in hurry?it's your trip
In the ancient city of Fes in Morocco, we lived in a traditional Riad house. Not only has the traditional decoration of the North African style, but also has a big four small five super cute kittens!
Room decoration from the carpet to the potted plant. The rhombus plaid has a strange Arabian style. The homeowner is a super cheerful Moroccan boy Kamal who also taught me to be a Taji pot and take me to eat snails!!
Like many ancient cities, Fez is the most lacking of handicrafts. A long time ago, ambitious craftsmen poured into Fez, eager to stand in Medina and even make a name for themselves. Walking on the maze-like old street, every step you take, you can hear the work of the craftsmen, they are hidden in the lab maze behind the main street. Someone is beating a copper pot, some are carving, some are using a huge loom to weave. It seems to be chaotic, but in fact they are reasonably distributed according to the habits of the millennium. The city has never really changed in the past millennium. Various traditional handicrafts are still flourishing in Fez, and in addition to the goods sold to tourists, many utensils and ceramics are sold throughout Morocco.
The leather dyeing house
leather that has to go is one of the most important handicrafts of Fez. Visitors can't go to the leather dyeing house to visit. They can only watch the workers dyed leather from the roof of the surrounding store. process. At the door, someone will send you a mint leaf intimately, and smell it on the tip of your nose to offset the pungent smell. The reason for this smell is that the fuel is doped with pigeon dung and human urine, until the fat on the skin, the protein is completely melted, the skin becomes soft, and then colored with pure natural plant dyes, and finally processed into leather. This hand-made traditional leather dyeing house has a softer and more durable leather texture, but it has a very pungent toilet smell and is inconvenient to stay.
A state-run Fes carpet palace was exhibited throughout the hall. It is said that the people of the Fes can only listen to it. It is said that there are several carpets that are collection-level goods.
Each carpet is hand-finished by Berber women, with a certificate, how long working hours, a good Fez carpet, the machine usually makes a single-sided knot, the hand is a double-sided knot, 2-3 months can make a general coffee table size carpet, about 10,000 knots.
A bit dazzling, guess which one I bought last? Very beautiful carpet, although each one is expensive. And the difference in the market to buy it is still very big.