The zellige work on this fountain is quite complex and breathtaking. The ancient techniques used are definitely fascinating.
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Nice crossroads in the medina, features Moroccan tile work and is beautifully designed. Nice to stumble upon, but not a site to seek out.
Perhaps I was missing something about this fountain but when we passed it I hardly felt the need to stop and look at it as compared by the Medina in general this offered no real site, its little more then a small spout of water...More
Having meandered through the winding alleys of the Medina its great to come out into (relatively) a bit of space - with time to stand back and admire the tile work especially. Expect to be hassled by all of the street hawkers - who can...More
It's just a (very nice) fountain, seen in a minute, at the door of a very nice museum. That's the reason to go to Place Nejjarine, not the fountain.
The fountain is actually a water tap within a beautiful tiled arch - not what I was expecting. Neverthless, the area is superb, just hang around and waytch what is going on, or find a cafe with a terrace and watch the world below. Highly...More
Don't look for the real fountain. It took us time to understand that it is a small one on the wall, with no water in winter time.
We liked the design of this fountain which js very classic but I only advise a quick stop to look at it as there is not much to see here.