Rue de Mouassine on the North of the square runs down to Rue dar el Bacha and coming from the square is lined with shops selling all sorts of items. It's on the edge of the souks but wider and easier to navigate. Enter the archway at bab Fteuh and you are on your way. T-shirts and football strips, an exclusive clothes shop (Beldi where you can order a hand made shirt for a price) and cheap jewellery jostle with butchers and fruit sellers. Past the next archway it widens out and is lined with the usual fancy goods shops, some of which carry very impressive Moroccan designed jewellery and carpets. Ceramics are also on display. Before the next arch on the left the lane leads to Dar Cherifa, a historic building transformed by it's Moroccan owner into a library and cafe where you can relax, away from it all. Villa Flore and Cafe Bougainvillea face you next then a right and left turn takes you onto the last stretch where Cafe Arabe is situated on the right, At the last arch you can either go left to Dar el Bacha, right into the souks (passing la Terrace des Epices restaurant) or straight on and over to the Musee de Marrakech.
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