The Mellah

The Mellah

The Mellah, or Jewish quarter, is not a souk per se but a distinct district in the medina. 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.  

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