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Just outside of the wood museum which at one time was a place people could stay at, was the Nejjarine fountain. This beautifully tiled fountain that dates back to the 18th century .This small fountain was used many years ago Cavalrymen used it to drink...More
I arrive to Nejjarine Musuem of Wood Arts and Crafts before the massive doors of wood and steel are open. I rest against the outer wall and hover the edges to dodge raindrops. The metal details of the door are impressive as well as the...More
This is one of the original water sources for the Medina - you'll probably walk past it without noticing so look out for the mosaic façade. The little square surrounding the fountain is also quite attractive.
The fountain is often missed by many tourists walking by. The wood crafts museum on the left of it is also a missed gem. I found the museum inside to be so fascinating. Don't just stop at the fountain and make your way inside!