The center of all activity remains Jemaa-el-Fna. The great square of Jemaa-el-Fna is the center of the life of the medina both the day and night. During the day, it is a market and meeting place with stalls where oranges, nuts and other typical products are sold. After lunch, the square begins to fill with artists who share space with vendors, but it's really the evening when the place comes alive. At 1700, the rattle of carts announces the arrival of the food stalls, where all kinds of dishes of vegetables, meat and fish are prepared. At 2100, the square is full of artists of all kinds, from snake charmers, singers and musicians to storytellers and acrobats. Fakirs and healers join the ?? show offering healing potions for any ailment or disease imaginable.