Morocco Tour Guide: Museums - Safi

Morocco Tour Guide: Museums - Safi Last updated on Thursday 22nd April 2010

National Ceramics Museum
Citadelle de la Kechla Tel: (04) 46 38 95 Safi is the centre of Morocco's rich and ancient ceramics tradition and this wonderful museum is housed in the spectacularly-located 16th century Kechla citadel built by the Portuguese. The finest Safiot traditional ceramics -- moulded, engraved, stamped and sculpted -- can be viewed here.

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