Near the jewelers’ souk, one cannot miss the Khan Al-Saboun.
This large 17th-century building, built around a square courtyard adorned with a fountain, probably served as barracks for the Ottoman troops.
The khan, which was in very poor condition, has regained some turmoil since 1998 with the emergence of soap-making workshops and shops.
Rich in multiple scents and colors, this khan is seductive.
It’s hard not to leave without a soap. Tripolitan soap is made with olive oil and natural flavors.
Available in multiple varieties, it is known for its medicinal benefits.
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