Marrakech, Djemma el Fna and the Food Market

Sometime between the end of the afternoon and the early evening the square had been transformed from a market place to an open air theatre with swarms of people and this is something that occurs every single day of the year.  The snake charmers and the monkey men had packed up and gone home and had been replaced by a carnival of musicians, storytellers, transvestite dancers and other entertainers.

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2 responses to “Marrakech, Djemma el Fna and the Food Market

  1. Marrakech offers tourists a beautiful and busy experience, for a look at
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  2. I’m not into that stuff but then I haven’t been to Msrrakech. . .I’m sure I’d get into the spirit of things too.


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