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Sqala du Port d'Essaouira

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"Essaouira's port is picturesque and scenic. The sqala has the best views of the city, both port side and the old city side. Between the buzzing activity of fisherman, the sea breezes, and the best views of the sea wall, making a trip out to the sqala is a must do in Essaouira"
"The old Portuguese built port has a beautiful skala - even shows like Game of Thrones and John Wick 3 have been shot here it's so lovely. The views from above are breathtaking."
"This artillery platform dates back to the 18th century and was constructed as part of the city's fortifications. This place offers you a panoramic view over the ocean!"

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