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Although there are few architectural traces of the town’s life before tourism, the paths through the date palm groves to the various ksar can help you imagine a time when the world was slower. Of these promenades, one of the more pleasant, despite the potential pestering, is around the Amazrou date palm oasis across the river. There is also some accommodation here and a kasbah once famed for its silverwork. Above Zagora and within walking distance are two hills, from where there is an excellent view over the valley and towards the desert. Nearby are the ruins of an 11th-century Almoravid fortress.
During the moulid there is a major religious festival held in Zagora, the Moussem of Moulay Abdelkader Jilala. The town’s market days are on Wednesday and Sunday. The souk is an important place for the exchange of produce and livestock for the surrounding region.
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