While the square seems to be all abuzz at night there is really not much going on when you stop to evaluate it. Some live music, a few games of chance, same touristy stuff to purchase that you can get everywhere and lots of places to eat. Stay away from the restaurants that surround the inside of the square. They're overpriced and the food is meh. Better off eating at one of the hundreds of stalls set up each night in the middle of the square. Much more fun!
The square in the middle of the day is more interesting because there's less touristy stuff going on. We particularly liked observing the call to prayer when a large section is roped off, carpets are laid down and the men come to pray amidst the chants.
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