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The city of Fes Fes is a Moroccan Arab city located on a long line 4,983 west of Greenwich, and at a width of 34.05 north of the Equator. It is located geographically in the north-central part of the Kingdom of Morocco. Its land area is 500 km² and rises from sea level 383.7 m. Three sections are:
The new Fes, the Fascist Palais (old town) and the new city
 The city is divided administratively into six provinces: Agdal, Marinen, Zuagha, Sais, Jannan al-Ward and Fez Medina. It has twinned with several cities such as Puebla, Nablus, Jerusalem, Barcelona, ​​Córdoba, Kairouan, Saint Etienne, Quelmeria and Montpellier. The establishment of the city of Fez Fez was founded by Idris bin Abdullah in the eighth century AD, specifically in the year 789 AD / 172 AH, and made it the capital of the Idrisi state, and built on the right bank of the river Fez, and 20 years after the death of Idris I built his son Idris II city Second on the left bank of the river. The population of the city of Fez The population of the city of Fez, according to the statistics in 2014, 1,112 people, where the city occupies the second place among the cities of Morocco in terms of population, and speak the population of the Arabic language, which is considered an official language in the Kingdom of Morocco, while religion is most of the population of the religion of Islam, The Christian. Information about the city of Fez is characterized by its climate as a continental climate: it is hot in the summer, cool in the winter, and moderate in autumn and spring.

The city was named the cultural and spiritual capital. It includes many villages such as the villages of Boulman, Safro, Baa Mohamed and Bahlil. Fez is also famous for its many neighborhoods such as Khei Kareem, Awainat Al Hajjaj, Al-Qalaa Al-Sagra, Nargis, Sahab Al-Ward, Dhahr Mehraz, Al-Saeed, Sidi Ibrahim and Bab Al-Fotouh. The city has a number of historical and tourist attractions as: Historic doors:
 Bab Mahroq, Abi Abi Hadeed Gate, Bab Jabala, Bab Zayat, Bab Al-Fotouh, Bab Al-Barajah, Bab Al-Semarin, and Bab Al-Nukhia. Palaces: Built by the Marinites during their reign of the city, such as the Royal Palace and the Palace of the Stars. Al-Qarawin Mosque: Built in 857 AD.

 Historical schools: such as Al-Misbahiya School, Al Saffarin School, Fez School, and Al-Bohanian School. Other landmarks include Al Rasif Mosque, Alal Bin Abdullah Street, Museum of Arts and Crafts, Moulay Idriss Corner, Old City, Danan Jewish Synagogue, Al Batha House and Burj Al Shamali. The city was subjected to thirty years of rule by the Umayyads, and then ruled by the princes of Zanata, then the Almoravids, followed by the Almohads, the Marinites, and the French occupation.