Hard to find as the local boys keep removing the signs so they can charge to guide you there, this beautifully restored house is full of a collection of photographs of Morocco from 1870-1960 ish. Portraits of locals, views and a repeating film of Berber life filmed in 1956, the gallery also has a delightful cafe on the roof. Run by Frenchman Patrick Menack from Brittany it is a testament to how a good visitor attraction can be created.
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