We visited as we wanted to see the library. When we got to the door, a man approached us wearing a vest and told us the library would open in half an hour (it was Ramadan). He said he could show us the ksar while...More
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Tamegroute is a small town with numerous shops, many of which specialize in the local "green" pottery. Apparently the pottery gets its color during the firing process, where a local plant that grows along the riverbeds is used. Other than the shops--many of which are...More
this is a very peaceful place, recommended for people that love reading, since here you can find one of the oldest libraries in Morocco.
Amazing experience, make sure you have a lot of time to wander! No one place looks the same and try offroad if you can ;)
Get a tour if you can, so that you can get into the library, see the potters working, and get a glimpse of home life in this village.
Very nice city, full of artisans and pottery shops. Its quite small town so with few hours you will be able to have a great look and find some really nice things. Famous for produce the green ceramic for all Morocco. Totally worth a visit.
We stopped here on the way to the desert and got to see one of the oldest libraries with 4000 books and the beautiful green pottery that comes from this region
was a relax place with new friends in this oasise as a berebere and africa people from mali and tombouctou and we have see who people make the potterys kasba