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Saturday, October 7th, 2023 | 10:00am - 1:00pm

Where We Will Meet

Meet in front Batha Fountain, next Hotel Batha

Where The Walk Will End

we are going to meet at the gate of the Royal Place

About This Walk

“In celebration of the 6th edition of the Fez Gathering, we invite you to embark on a captivating photowalk through the heart of Morocco’s cultural treasure – the Fez Medina. This UNESCO World Heritage site is a haven for photographers, offering a glimpse into ancient traditions, lively markets, and architectural marvels that beg to be captured.

As we navigate the labyrinthine alleyways of the medina, you’ll discover endless opportunities to encapsulate the essence of this historic city. From intricately adorned doorways and bustling spice-filled souks to the welcoming smiles of locals immersed in their daily lives, every corner presents a unique photographic moment.

Our journey will guide us to iconic landmarks such as the Bou Inania Madrasa, an exquisite showcase of Islamic architecture, and the tanneries, where the age-old leather-making process unfolds before your eyes. Don’t miss the chance to immortalize the vibrant ceramic tiles, intricate mosaics, and the tapestry of textures that define Fez.

Throughout this photowalk, our experienced guide will impart insights into Fez’s rich history and culture, enriching your understanding of the city as you frame your shots. Whether you’re a photography novice or a seasoned pro, inspiration awaits at every turn.

As the photowalk concludes, we’ll gather to review our favorite captures and share our experiences. This journey through Fez Medina promises not only exceptional photographs but also memories that will endure a lifetime.

What to Bring:

  • Camera (DSLR, smartphone, or your preferred camera)
  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Water and snacks
  • A spirit brimming with enthusiasm for photography and exploration

Come join us on this unforgettable photowalk, and allow your camera lens to narrate the story of Fez Medina’s captivating beauty and cultural heritage.”

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