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Souk Al-Milh

Old City, from Bab al-Yemen northward, Sanaa, Yemen
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Rich and bustling souk

This is one of the great spectacles of old Sanaa and a must see ,its a don't forget to bring your... read more

Reviewed 3 January 2015
Saskiagrav
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Padua, Italy
Beautiful Morning in Souk Almilh

It is a special day if you start it at the Old City of Sanaa with a Sanaani kabak "kanam... read more

Reviewed 23 December 2014
Mohammed A
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Sanaa, Yemen
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2 Jan 2015
“Rich and bustling souk”
23 Dec 2014
“Beautiful Morning in Souk Almilh”
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Old City, from Bab al-Yemen northward, Sanaa, Yemen
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Reviewed 3 January 2015

This is one of the great spectacles of old Sanaa and a must see ,its a don't forget to bring your camera type of place . Everything is here from ancient artefacts to spices, clothing , jewellery and cooked foods. The atmosphere is most vibrant...More

3  Thank Saskiagrav
Reviewed 23 December 2014 via mobile

It is a special day if you start it at the Old City of Sanaa with a Sanaani kabak "kanam" breakfast. I enjoy it every time I go there. You can bye everything you may think of spices, food, artifacts, traditional and modern clothes. Don't...More

1  Thank Mohammed A
Reviewed 26 November 2014

The Salt Market, as the name translates, is bustling with spices of all kinds and origins, not just salt. It is a pleasure to walk the lanes of the market, smelling in the spices. Business is brisk, as the Yemeni cuisine is liberal with spices....More

1  Thank Phillipa S S
Reviewed 16 September 2014

This is one of the very interesting and important dimensions of Sana'a's traditions and culture as well as the rich history of Yemen. You'll enter through Bab Al Yemen which is the old gate of the ancient city of Sana'a which is Unesco World Heritage...More

1  Thank FIbrahim
Reviewed 20 July 2014 via mobile

Very unique .. feels like going back with time machine many centuries back with a very rare house designs which were built more than 1000 years ago and still in use up today. It worth a visit. Won't regret.

Thank Essam J
Reviewed 13 June 2013

There is no missing Souq al-Milh if you are in Sanaa – this is the main and the oldest market in the city, similar in significance to Khan Khalil in Cairo or Grand Bazaar in Tehran. Souq al-Milh is located in the very heart of...More

2  Thank Cora_v
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