This was a well laid out exhibition and the exhibits were rare and fascinating. It provided a real insight into how the Médina used to function.
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Again, if you are in the area it is worthwhile, and if you are interested in wood! It can be crowded, just wait a few minutes and the tour leave. It tends to be a meeting place for guides to leave their tours, for the...More
NIce stop in the heart of the Medina. Three floors of display rooms covering tools to furniture. Most interesting was a series pf panels donated by son of Koranic scholar (his father). His "diploma" for lack of a better word and an excellent resume of...More
We went to the museum as our last stop of our day visit. The architecture and design of the museum was worth the visit. Wooden railings and a panoramic view of the surrounding area from the rooftop was a bonus. The museum contained curated artefacts...More