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when walls talk

on September 16, 2011

fez is one of the oldest cities in morocco what let us see our past by his walls.

fez was created by idris second and he made it a capital in 4 January 808.in fez we can find 3 parts, fez elbali (the old fes), fez jdid (the new fez), wich was made in 13th century and elmdina jdida(the new city) wich was made by french in the occupation time.

fez is wonderful city with 500 Km2 and a population of 1968150.don’t forget the old homes and masajid . I will not finish if i tell you all, a picture is worth one thousand words so let you with this pictures

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fez is very beatiful city in morocco, so artists can’t don’t make it a part of thier creations

do you remember that home in the old city

how life has a value,and the quarter and neighbors

and the old people’s gloriously

life was simple and the happyness lasting lasting lasting

that picture is still in my eyes…just yesterday

memories of how the city was and how it became

do you remember that home in the old city

and the space of the fountain do you remember it

wich was near to the river

factories became lot on it

the color of the river changed and they said and allah only know of the cause of it kids became sick and the quarter become empty

do you remember that home in the old city

and EL MESIED that MESIED wich is behind the small path and you can arrive to the big masjid by it

and the smiley teacher may allah give him all the best

that messied was removed and they replace it with an apartment building and every thing has an end

mesied and the apartment building, the path still there and the old masjid also

do you remember that home in the old city

that big home in the quarter start

do you remember CHAMA who was living there

now, this home was devised rooms rooms and they regret but it’s too late

the home was sold devised like that rooms rooms

where are brothers? and where are you CHAMA ?

do you remember that home in the old city


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