Collected by Paul Clammer
Rue Hadj Mohamed Torres, Tanger, Morocco
"Bleu de Fes" refers to the traditional blue-colored pottery of one of Morocco's oldest cities and artisanal centers. But this isn't a place for fancy tagine dishes—it's a carpet shop that offers an array of Moroccan rugs, from embroidered kilims...
72 Rue de La Liberté, Tanger, Morocco
This antiques store, just outside Tangier's medina, is a treasure trove of Moroccan (intertwined with European) history. You'll find everything from Roman coins to carved wooden Islamic ornaments—plus more than a few Moroccan rugs thrown in for...
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