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Jemaa El-Fnaa Square

Jemaa El-Fnaa square is located in the southwest of the medina. This popular and lively place has turned into one of the symbols of this city because it developed in the 11th century.
The place has been part of this UNESCO World Heritage site since 1985 and you’ll see a variety of activities such as fortune-telling, Gnaoua dancers, storytellers, henna tattooing, water-carriers (called ‘Grrab’ in Moroccan) and of course many restaurants, refreshing lemon and orange beverages. If you are brave enough try the noodle soup, it is very good.

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