• Stepping into the Souk Nahhassine (brass and copper), you’ll find Chaaroui Mohamed. He purchases coffee and tea pots from all over Morocco to sell in the store his father started in Bab Ftouh foundouk. A legacy from Marrakech’s history as a caravanserai for merchants travelling along the old trade routes, foundouks like Mohamed’s are now used as workshops for local artisans.

Photography by Stantanu Starick

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