The Mellah

The Mellah

The Old Jewish Quarter is housed within the medina.  You can admire the souks and the Alzama Synagogue in the central courtyard while enjoying a cup of Berber tea. Of note, the Moroccan Jews were famously spared because of the Sultan’s defiance to the Vichy regime during WWII.

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