Fountain sights in Fès
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Once called the Medersa al-Soghra (Small Medersa) to distinguish it from the neighbouring Sahrij Medersa (Big Medersa), this building dates from the 14th century and is notable for the decorated marble fountain that graces its interior courtyard. Unfortunately, the building is in a deplorable state of repair and is not open to the public.
This must be the prettiest minaret in town. Around the mosque there's a fountain, a medersa with good mashrabiya (intricate carved wood) panels at street level and windows above the street, and an ablution facility. Chrabliyine means 'the street of the slipper-makers'.