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The medina in Tetouan is one of Morocco's Unesco World Heritage sites, and it's easy to see why. It sits at the green foot of the Rif Mountains, and carries on its traditional life relatively untroubled by the press of tourism. Away from the artisan workshops, food markets and tiny mosques, the new town boasts some fine Spanish colonial architecture from the early 20th century, with high-shuttered windows and art-deco features.