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Pass By: Medina of Tetouan, Tetouan Morocco
The medina (old town) of Tétouan is on the World Heritage List of the UNESCO. The inner city is very characteristic and traditional. One can find many white houses there, especially low houses. Everywhere in the city there are people performing their craftsmanship, like weavers, jewellers, leather workers. Street sellers often try to sell carpets to tourists as well. Tétouan is part of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network and was named "City of Crafts and Folk Art" in 2017.
The Archaeological Museum is located in city center a hundred meters away from the Royal Palace. The museum exhibits artifacts from different periods belonging to indigenous, Phoenician, Roman, Jewish and Arab cultures. The museum was constructed in 1943.
Museum of Modern Art is located in front of Riad Al Ochak garden.
The Mechouar of the Royal Palace is situated just outside and by one of the entrances to the old medina. There is a public square in front of it.
Riad Al Ochak (literally meaning "Lovers' Garden"), officially known as Moulay Rachid's Garden, is a public garden designed after the moorish style. It is located at the bottom of the hills on the road down to the Martil Valley.
The Kasbah in the top of Mount Dersa where the ruins of the former barracks de Regulares are located alongside a cemetery of indigenous martyrs.
Tétouan enjoys a large coastline that spans from the border with Ceuta to the road to Al Hoceima. It is usually very busy in summer time and hosts many international clubs, hotels, golf resorts and marinas such as Club Med, Sofitel and Ritz-Carlton located in Tamuda Bay area between M'diq and Fnideq. The nearest beach is the popular city of Martil. Other villages include Cabo Negro, Oued Lao, El Jebha.
Tétouan is surrounded by two mounts -Dersa and Ghorghiz. Several natural spots are available and hiking activities are popular.