In Tetouan, known as the White Dove due to the color of its buildings, you will discover a town which still exhibits a profoundly Spanish influence, as it was a Territory of Spain until asserting independence in 1956. Visit the outside of the Royal Palace ‘s wide esplanade,with its Arab-Islamic architecture and its magnificently decorated gate. Stroll in the ancient medina (Old Town) ,its narrow alleys and streets, popular shops, colorful souks (markets) with vendors of goat cheese, vegetables and spices . Conclude with a visit of the Museum of Moroccan Handicrafts. A variety of handicrafts are on display here, including embroidery, woodwork and woolen garments. The museum is also a school, where apprentices are taught how to make such items.
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