To the right of the Palais Bahia is a road that snakes under an arch and winds its way by the Mellah, the old Jewish quarter. Thankfully, someone has scrawled the word synagog on the wall or else you'd miss the entrance to the Mellah, the old Jewish quarter. Follow that winding path until you find a door on the left right before it opens up into a small square. Behind that door is a Jewish synagogue. If you miss it, ask any of the neighbours and they are happy to point it out to you. It seems they live peacefully side by side of the Jews. Also further along, you will find the most fascinating Jewish cemetery dating back to the 1100s. Again, if you get lost, just ask. Anyone in the area will be happy to escort you to the cemetery. Worth the trip
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