Located inside the medina, the entrance to the Bab Bou-Jeloud district is through its huge 1913 gate, decorated with blue and green tiles which are the colours of the city.
Inside this district, visitors can visit the Bar Batah Museum, which hosts the arts and traditions of the city.
It is housed in the palace of the same name, erected during the 19th century.
The Bou Inania Koranic school has an architectural style full of diverse ornamentation.
Built in the middle of the 14th century, this madrassa is part of the process of the dynamisation of the city initiated by the Merinid dynasty.
Tourists can also stroll along Talaa Kebira Avenue, one of the longest in the city, which is dotted with shopping boutiques.
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