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After overcoming a challenge, sending flowers is the best way to say “well done”.

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Nothing is nearly as romantic as a bouquet of roses. Red roses represent love and passion; pink stands for romance and femininity; yellow roses express friendship and joy; white roses signify purity and respect; and orange roses, warmth and happiness.

Send flowers to Fes

Flower delivery to Fes

The Moroccan city of Fes is the country's second-largest. It has been settled since the 8th century and was the capital until well into the 20th.

The most important of the city's sights is without doubt the Fes el Bali medina. It was named by UNESCO as a world heritage site in 1981, and is as lively, bustling and full of sights and sounds and smells as one would imagine. The earthen walls are particularly impressive, as are the tiny, narrow streets, the stalls and tanneries. It really is the city's big must-see.

Another sight well worth a visit is the Bou Inania Madrasa. Renovated a number of times, it originally dates from the 14th century. Perhaps the most interesting point for the traveller is that it one of the very few religious buildings in the whole country that is open to non-Muslims. It is also the city's only madras with a minaret. But, as in any Muslim city, there is no shortage of minarets, the calls to prayers making a perfect backdrop.

And it's so easy to stay in touch with your friends and family there through FloraQueen, make the gift of a flower delivery to Fes next time you want to celebrate a special day.

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