Spice Souk

Spice Souk

The spice souk’s square is a sight in itself, with spices heaped into astonishing large cones making for a colorful display like no other. Here you can buy a wide variety of spices at affordable prices.  (Tip:  Moroccan saffron is expensive and should never be in powder form.  Don’t be fooled!) 

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