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In the Islamic days this was the location for Granada’s Great Bazaar, where merchants would tout their silks and spices along several crisscrossing streets. Nowadays what’s left is a single passageway full of souvenir shops, some of which hold more interest than others. If you’re searching for a gift that really represents Granada and Andalusia, try Fajalauza ceramics, Moorish-style earthenware, hand-painted with blue or green motifs of plants. Also authentic is taracea: Inlaid furniture and other wooden decorative items, with beautifully intricate patterns.