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Embark on a journey, where the vibrant tapestry of our shared history comes to life.
Immerse yourself in the captivating stories of Moroccan Jewry, exploring ancient synagogues, bustling markets, and the storied streets of the cities Marrakech and Fes. Witness the seamless blend of cultural influences that have shaped the unique identity of Moroccan Jewry over the centuries. Every step uncovers layers of history.
Wednesday June 5
Fes Sais International Airport
Fes Sais International Airport.
Mellah of Fes
The Mellah is the historic Jewish quarter of Fes, Morocco. It is
located in Fes el Jdid, the part of Fes which contains the Royal
Palace (Dar al-Makhzen).
Fes Old Jewish cemetery
The Jewish cemetery, nestled in the Mellah, is distinguished by its
semi-cylindrical tombs, which capture the history of Morocco’s
Ibn Danan Synagogue
The Royal Palace in Fes
This is the palace of the King of Morocco in the city of Fez,
Morocco. Its original foundation dates back to the foundation of
Fes el-Jdid ("New Fez"), the royal citadel of the Marinid dynasty, in
Maimonides settled n Fes for few years. During this time, he
composed commentary on the Mishnah.
-Overnight in Fes-
*Itinerary subject to change
Thursday June 6
Jewish cemetery meknes
Old Jewish School of Meknes.
Mausoleum of Mohammed V
The Mausoleum of Mohammed V is a mausoleum located across
from the Hassan Tower in Rabat.. It contains the tombs of the
Moroccan king Mohammed V and his two sons, late King Hassan II
and Prince Abdallah.
The Mellah of Rabat is a relatively “new” of all the ancient quarters
in the city. It was created only in 1808, during the reign of Sultan
Moulay Slimane ben Mohammed, and was formerly reserved for
the Jews, who were forced to settle here in a sort of enclave,
surrounded by walls, with several entry points.
Kasbah de oudaias
Kasbah of the Oudaias or of the Oudayas, is a kasbah (citadel) in
Rabat, Morocco. It is located on a hill at the mouth of the Bou
Regreg opposite Salé, and adjacent to the Medina quarter of
Rabat. It is listed, along with other sites in Rabat, as a UNESCO
World Heritage Site.
- Overnight in Marrakesh -
Friday Feb 17
Old Medina Marrakesh
Founded in 1070–72 by the Almoravids, Marrakesh remained a
political, economic and cultural centre for a long period.
Slat Al Azama Synagogue
- Overnight in Marrakesh
Shabbos June 8
Shabbat Ends and Havdalla
- Overnight in Marrakesh
Sunday June 9
Drive to Casablanca
Mosquee Hassan II
It is a mosque in Casablanca, Morocco. It is the largest functioning
mosque in Africa and is the 7th largest in the world. Its minaret is
the world's second tallest minaret at 210 metres (689 ft).
Neve Shalom School
- Overnight in Casablanca
Monday Feb 20
Museum of Moroccan Judaism
City Tour Casablanca
Being the largest city of the kingdom, Casablanca is also the
economic heart of Morocco. Erected mainly during the French
protectorate, it stands today as a modern and westernized city.
International Airport Mohammed V.
*Double occupancy. Excluding Flights. Subsidies available. Contact your local CYP Rabbi/Rebbetzin for more info.
All transport excl. flights.
4 star accomodation
All meals lavishly catered by Rimonim Catering
Wed Feb 15 : 1pm -
Mon Feb 20 : 4pm
We are flying into and out of Warsaw
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