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As in other Moroccan cities, the Mellah is the old Jewish quarter, once a small, walled-off city within the city. Full review →
The present Mellah, renamed Hay Essalam, is much smaller and almost entirely Muslim. Full review →
The mellah remains notable for tall mudbrick homes along single-file streets and cross-alley gossip through wrought-iron balconies. Full review →To see the living legacy of Mellah artisans and spice traders, check out the Place des Ferblantiers, the Grand Bijouterie and the Mellah Market .
In addition to the area’s historical importance, you’ll find a good variety of shops here. This is where I go to buy fabrics and beautiful trims and notions. Full review →