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a city in north central Morocco

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Examples include al-Azhar University in Cairo, Egypt (founded in 970) and al-Karaouine in Fes, Morocco (founded in 859).
(1) Faculty of Sciences and Technics, University Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah, Fes, Morocco
Prized Apart BBC One, 7pm The eight remaining adventurers are in the ancient city of Fes, Morocco, where they face a shopping trip with a difference in order to avoid tackling the survival challenge.
The medina of Fes, Morocco's former capital and third largest city, is made up of a far-reaching network of pedestrian roads -- straight and winding, cobble-stoned and paved and gravel.
The members of the Executive Council elected during the current meeting of the League include Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Imam Muhammad bin Saud Islamic University, Riyadh, Cairo University, Egypt, Umm al-Qura University, Makkah, Dar al-Salam University, Indonesia, Amir Abdul Qadir Islamic University, Constantine, Umm Durman University, Sudan, King Saud University, Riyadh, Zaituna University, Tunis, University of Qarawiyyin, Fes, Morocco, Ain Shams University, Cairo, International Islamic University, Islamabad, Naif University for Security Sciences, Riyadh, Free University, Holland and College of Islamic Studies, Qatar.
"For the 12th year running, these awards recognise the finest hotels across the globe, according to those that really matter - the travellers themselves," 1 Castlewood House, County Kerry 2 Desert Riviera Hotel, Palm Springs, California 3 Lauriston Court Hotel, Llandudno 4 SeaCoast Inn, Hyannis, Massachusetts 5 Oriental Kwai Resort, Kanchanaburi, Thailand 6 Jade Hotel, Hue, Vietnam 7 Asena Motel, Dalyan, Turkey 8 Gateway Motel Picton, Picton, New Zealand 9 Ilaia Hotel, Punta Arenas, Chile 10 Dar Hafsa, Fes, Morocco THE TOP 10 " said James Kay, TripAdvisor spokesperson.
Editor's Note: The author was a PCV in Fes, Morocco, from 1997 to 2000.
Cairoli Laetitia's book, Girls of the factory: a year with the garment workers of Morocco, chronicles the experiences of girls working in the garment factories of the city of Fes, Morocco. Laetitia begins by stating the goals of the book- describing the industrial experience of Moroccan girls who are Arab and Muslim.