Right on the eastern walls of the Bali.
The Bali, or the oldest quarters of Fez, were to a large degree saved by the French general Lyautey. When the French got in control of Morocco around the time of World War I, he made all necessary arrangements to protect the medieval structures against the modern development.
The result is that Fez el-Bali has taken good care of its old architectural structures and is also very much a living city, where most streets are too narrow for cars and donkeys and mules are in common use. Just like all through its history, Fez el-Bali has a striking combination of poverty and developed culture.
Looking down at the covered suuqs. What looks like a road is the roof of the main shopping street in Fez el-Bali.