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Djemaa El Fna Square 2
Morocco

Entertainers in Djemaa El Fna Square play instruments, charm snakes, dance and tell stories, and hold monkeys captive for the locals and tourists. This is a great place to literally explode every sense as its a bustle of smellls from food stalls, sounds from flutes and drums, and amazing sights. I did feel sorry for the monkeys at first, until one of them jumped up and knocked my glasses flying of my face !!

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