We spotted graffiti.
And notable door knockers.
And in the wet market, some fish. I was not in the mood to photograph animal head and other parts of animal body hanging on the stalls ready for sale.
And clams and snails.
We were so busy with our itinerary that we did not do any shopping here, but we managed to photograph a few items for sale.
The tagine stall was manned by four paws and furs, who were not keen on selling.
And of course, there were cats. I fed a few of them with the bag of treats I hand-carried from home.
The narrow alleys were always interesting.
This alley is so narrow if I eat another piece of cake, I would not be able to go through.
And we exited through the Blue Gate or Bab Boujeloud.
The towering entryway with its mosaic tiles is the most iconic portal to the old medina, Fes el-Bali, the world’s largest surviving medieval city and urban car-free zone. The blue on the side that greets new visitors represents the color of the city of Fes, which is famous for its pottery, painted with elegant cobalt blue designs. The reverse side, which faces the medina, is green—the color of Islam. (source)
Here is another look, does it look blue to you?
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