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(in Muslim countries, esp North Africa and the Middle East) an open-air marketplace
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The old souk will be dedicated to promoting local talents and entrepreneurs and is bound to become a tourist destination where traditions are constantly renewed," said Yahya Al Jasmi, Managing Director of Ajman Holding.
The Tourism Information and Research Center (MAS), has recently conducted statistical studies on the Souk Okaz visitors in its 11th version, held in 2017, which was organized recently in Al Taif municipality under the patronage of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques (may Allah protect him) by SCTH.
If you're looking for a taste of old Dubai, your best bet would be to visit the souks, which have been around for many years.
Il s'agit d'un important incendie qui s'est declare, jeudi 29 juin apres-midi, au souk Assalihine a Hay Karima a Sale.
Summary: On a typical Saturday morning at Souk El Tayeb's farmers' market, Umm Ali, a woman from a village in south Lebanon, sells her now famous saj sandwiches next to Raed, a farmer from north Lebanon who sells fruits and vegetables grown on his land.
TRIPOLI, Lebanon: Souk al-Qameh, once known as Bab al-Dahab, is one of the oldest marketplaces in the city and extends from Souk al-Khodra until Bab al-Hadeed and Tripoli's Souks.
Une viree a travers neuf souks et points de vente a travers les regions de Tlemcen, Sidi Bel Abbes et Naama prouve que le mouton, cette annee est a la portee de toutes les bourses.
The souks, or markets, dotted throughout the city provide Yemenis a place to head for the day's food, house supplies, clothing jewelry, spices and more.
Take a wooden water taxi for one dirham (around 25c) to the Gold Souk and browse shops filled with intricate jewellery worth billions of pounds.
5>lgIlU>, There are few SOUnds and Places I have visited which Colours Of leave such a i memorable SOUKS impression, not least because Marrakech is so different.
Souks from Marrakesh to Cairo to the Muttrah, Oman, are of world renown for their colour, warren-like nature, the frenzy of the hagglers, the smells, and the diversity of the shops and stalls.
Now the souk, which is considered a symbol of the culture and heritage of Yanbu, sells goods that are unavailable at other souks such as various kinds of dry fish, coffee beans, henna, mulukhya and rotba dates of special variety.