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Rabat Medina

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August 27, 2019
The old medina will take you few centuries back in time, it is about 5 mins walk from the flat. A sort of organised chao. Discover the smells and colors of Morocco in the old medina. Please pay more attention to your personal items as it is a crowded place but do not forget to enjoy the moment and…
September 1, 2016
March aux puces, Magasins de vêtement, Foods and drinks ..
July 24, 2015
Get lost and make friend in the ancient winding streets of the medina!
Kirsten And Ali
Kirsten And Ali
January 7, 2013
This is an interesting place to wander. You'll be surrounded by colourful carpets, leatherworks, babouches (leather slippers) and copper crafts. I is a good place to do shopping of Moroccan souvenirs.
February 17, 2020
la ou il y'a tout , les magasins , les téléphones , l'artisanat , manger , s'habiller vraiment de tout dans la médina

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