Souk Es Sabbaghine
The souk is situated at the outskirts of the medina, far from the center where the Al-Zaytuna Mosque is situated, since dyeing is considered a polluting activity. The souk is a continuation of Souk El Blat and may also be accessed from Bab El Jazira.
Products sold at the souk include clothing, shoes as well as fish and meat.
Harmel Mosque, also known as Bab Al Jazira Mosque is located in souk Es Sabbaghine.
Commemorative sign of the Harmel Mosque
El Jedid Mosque is situated in the center of the souk.
Notes and references
- Sebag, Paul (1998). Tunis, histoire d'une ville (in French). Paris: L'Harmattan. pp. 366–367.
- "Historique de l'hôpital". hopital-h-thameur.rns.tn (in French). Retrieved 10 January 2016.