The old section of an Arab city in North Africa.(noun)
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Use "medina" in a sentence
"It also provided a fine view of the medina from the rooftop, where you felt a bit like a bee in a large honeycomb."
"The city was a lot larger than we expected and had the old quarter near the port which was commonly called medina in Arabic and a newer modern part of town."
"This system brings Tetouan's underground streams to the city's historic nucleus (known as the medina) via a gravity-driven network of interlocking clay pipes."