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In Saturday's fading daylight, several scruffy-faced musicians and a dozen children had transformed a nondescript parking lot in Saifi Village with the acoustic melodies of childhood summer camp.Every Saturday, Souk el Tayeb's morning market, which opens from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m., offers the country's small producers a chance to sell in the city's bustling Downtown shopping center.Whereas the morning souk has an up and at 'em vibe – with some stands selling out to early birds eager to stock up on mouneh and quality raw ingredients for the coming week – the evening souk is about hanging out. Souk el Tayeb at Saifi Village opens every Saturday from 4-8 p.m. For more information about upcoming activities, please visit www.facebook.com/Soukeltayeb.
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