There are 2 sides of this square. During the day it is full of people with the snakes and monkeys triyng to get some money with photoes, it's sad to see the monkeys arrested in chains and being pulled by the owner. But the night, it's completely different. The square gets more live and crowd, a lot of drum beat and people dancing. There are a lot of stalls where you can eat safe treet food and drink fresh and cheap orange juice. The souks are in the climax and tourists are mixed with locals in a fervent way.
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