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Hammam bath houses and covered spice and textile souks line the maze of cobblestoned lanes in the Medina, which occupies Marrakech’s original fortified citadel. At night, Jemaa el-Fna square teems with snake charmers, folk dancers, and street food vendors serving all manner of food. Bahia Palace and Le Jardin Secret are 19th-century complexes open to the public, with ornate courtyards, mosaics, and gardens.
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