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September 27, 2011

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Quizmasterchris

I was there last year. The music isn't actually Arab at all, but gnawa, which is a hybrid of native Berber and West African (via slave descendant) sounds. The square is heavily touristy, although this itself is somewhat authentic in that it's been a gathering place for tourism hucksters for hundreds of years. I have to say that the Jemaa is about the most exciting and "exotic" place a person can visit.

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