Jemâa El Fna is a bustling market place in the Medina, a UNESCO World Heritage site and the historical quarter of Marrakech. Jemâa El Fna is well known for traditional storytellers, musicians and performers. During the day, snake charmers brush shoulders with juice vendors. In the evening, the square is alive with magicians and dancers, and fragrant aromas from street food stalls permeate the air.
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