Sitting cosily in the northern part of Morocco is the city of Fes, a former capital of the sunny nation. Fes is a living, breathing entity of Moroccan culture in its purest form but also the universal western style of peace and acceptance. Fes is present in UNESCO’s World Heritage for its historic roots. It houses the world’s oldest continuously functioning university, the University of Al Quaraouiyine. It is also a major centre for leather tanning since medieval ages.
The practice has not changed much since its evolution. It is said that the creator of this city, Idris I, laid the foundations of this city with a silver and gold pickaxe. Thus, Fes was destined for prosperity right from the time of its creation. The Arab influence on this quaint Moroccan town is easily seen through the buildings and layout