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Taroudant Business District

In the city itself, the municipal market (also referred to as the Berber souk) sells spices, dried fruits, and other household essentials. In an open-air area to the east, you'll find men upcycling plastics and tires into saddles, water troughs, and panniers for donkeys. The older, so-called Arab market is the better one for souvenirs, and here you can pick up local terra-cotta, brass, and copper items, along with leather sandals, rugs, jewelry, and the standard attire of the Moroccan housewife: fleece pajamas.

Business District Market/Bazaar

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Taroudant, Souss-Massa-Drâa  Morocco

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