World's oldest library reopens in Fez: 'You can hurt us, but you can't hurt the books'
After years of restoration, the ninth-century Qarawiyyin library in north-eastern Morocco is finally set to reopen – with strict security and a new underground canal system to protect its most prized manuscripts
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