National Geographic : 1946 Dec
Aleppo Market Place Is Paved with Copper Seldom wholly new are the copper vessels of desert folk. Time after time the leaky pot is melted down, reshaped, and sold anew by the coppersmith. More and more these days vessels are made of unsightly gasoline tins. He Sprinkles His Vegetables Lest They Wilt Aleppo gardeners spread their wares inthestreets. The closer totram lines and crowds the better, say they. Generally they pick ashady spot, arrange their produce attractively, and use asprinkler frequently.