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Musee des Arts Et Traditions de la Vallee de Draa

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Nice to see

Nice litlle museum, not very fancy but nice to see. Interresting to see how hard life was there... read more

Reviewed 16 November 2016
philippemonseweyer
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Ostend, Belgium
Must see

Entry is Dh 20 per person, in case the museum is not open go back a few steps to the B&B and ask... read more

Reviewed 4 October 2015
DesertroseBe
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Belgium
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15 Nov 2016
“Nice to see”
4 Oct 2015
“Must see”
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Kasbah Ziwana Ksar Tissergate, Zagora 47900, Morocco
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Reviewed 16 November 2016

Nice litlle museum, not very fancy but nice to see. Interresting to see how hard life was there some years ago.

Thank philippemonseweyer
Reviewed 4 October 2015

Entry is Dh 20 per person, in case the museum is not open go back a few steps to the B&B and ask them to open the doors. The key keeper also acts as guide, I forgot his name but he's an interesting man and...More

Thank DesertroseBe
Reviewed 7 June 2015

What a great little museum hidden inside a ksar 8kms from Zagora. The displays are set on three levels of the house and describe the way of life for the different tribes that habitats the Draa Valley. Well written Explanations in both French and English...More

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Reviewed 27 March 2015

This is a really quant museum with lots of bits and pieces of interest. If you are interested in Berber culture and history you will find it interesting. The building has lots of quite steep stairs so maybe not suitable for someone with limited agility....More

Thank michele_6169
Reviewed 13 March 2015 via mobile

Worth visiting to understand Moroccan culture, traditions and tribes, specially those living in the Draa Valley region. The museum contains lots of different objects as well as very detailed explanations. It also includes a few a rooms of a typical house in a Ksaar.

Thank Victor L
Reviewed 12 January 2015

It was on the coach heading for Zagora, I became intrigued by an impressive traditional ksar, about 8 kms from the town. On booking a trip to the Chegaga erg, we met the co-owner of what was the Kasbah Ziwana. We decide to spend the...More

Thank Karim B
Reviewed 11 November 2014

We were staying in the kasbah next door and Jean-Claude, the french host of the Ziwana kasbah took us there - the museum is not big but has lots in it - some of it historical but also contemporary stuff that gives a good understanding...More

Thank Martine C
Reviewed 21 October 2014

Surprised us greatly to find this out of the way museum hidden in a mud kasbah outside Zagora. Some kids had to fetch the old man gatekeeper to let us in, and we were overwhelmed with the stores of fascinating objects showing the life of...More

Thank Paul S
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