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The Markets of Essaouira, Morocco by Elizabeth Woodson

The Markets of Essaouira, Morocco

The Markets of Essaouira, Morocco.the spice market

I want to buy spices and carpets and fabric in Marrakesh; Eat tagine, drink things I can't spell and feel the heat from sun-baked bricks.

Wikimedia Commons: Spices in Marrakesh market by Blackberrylaw (Troy Pickard)


An appealing display of spices in a Moroccan souk, piled high in Moroccan tradition.


A trip to Fès, Morocco, wouldn't be complete without visiting one of the many souks there. The Fès Market is a favorite among tourists with its endless alleyways filled with exotic spices, foods, and handmade crafts native to the area.

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Moroccan Couscous is a delicious and colorful dish. Serve as a beautiful side or as a vegetarian meal.

What to say to the seller when bargaining etc. An insider's guide to the best souks and boutiques of Marrakesh, including where to find old spice markets and recycled goods. By Alison Bing, Telegraph Travel's Marrakesh expert.

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Market in the Medina, Rue Riad Zitoun el-Jedid, Marrakesh

carpets in Morraco

a street open market in essaouira,morocco with colourful carpets and a sale person