Today, Kosher Travelers arrived in Casablanca, the most important city in Morocco.
We traveled to Fez, Morocco with a stop in the city of Meknes, built by Sultan Mulai Ismail in the 17th century and fondly known as the “Versailles of Morocco.” Bab al-Mansour
was completed in 1732 and is the main gate between Meknes’ Medina and Imperial City districts. An immense and highly photogenic structure, which many experts proclaim as one of North Africa’s finest examples of surviving gateways.
Magic of Morocco
Meknes was a lively Jewish center until its Jewish inhabitants made Aliyah with the founding of the State of Israel. We continued to Fez for dinner at the Kosher Restaurant.
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