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When I visited the Fort, local people were dismantling stage and seats because apparently there was a festival the day beforw, so the place was a bit messy. Still I would recommend to go there for a visit. You can get some really nice shots...More
It's remnant of a fort built to defend the harbor. The interior hosts a number of stalls with people selling various types goods. There is an amphitheater that is used for various presentations that was added in the 1990's that is remarkable because of the...More
It is an old fort, not much more. There are now vendors inside the walls, but be certain to bargain HARD as the prices quoted are about twice what they will ultimately take. Walk away st least twice. I did not see any helpful signage,...More
Even though we had a guide with us when walking through here, I still couldn't tell you what it was used for. Really nothing to see except a large green piece of grass inside with some shops selling souvenirs.
Check out my reviews with Yussef - the tour was long and the sights were many. Yussef was full of history of the place. Watch out not to get caught looking at the local merchandise you might get a bit of pestering.