Really enjoyed my time here - many photo opportunities and a glimpse into homes and the decor of times past. There is still active tourism within - potters, hat makers and hand made wares. I didn't use a guide, I entered the village via a 'side' entrance across a vacant lot and left via the back area via the bridge which links this area to the bazaar. Take Halal sweets for the children and allow time to get lost as its a great place to do that!
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