This medina is not as large as its counterpart in Fes, nor as exciting as the one in Marrakech, but it is interesting. Lots of eye-catching items to bargain over. I saw beautiful handwoven rugs, decorative glassware, hand painted plates meant to hang on a wall, colorful water pipes. There were leather goods, wooden wares, and metal crafts. There were also produce stands, apparently to cater to the locals. The pace here was more low-key than at Marrakech.
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