And of Christians of any sort or condition there were none in all tetuan.
That was the combination of circumstances whereby Israel came to tetuan.
tetuan can be reached in a day's journey, and there the Moor is to be seen pure and simple, barbarous and beautiful.
Other prisoners arrived from tetuan, and all told the same story.
Within a week Musa had agreed to take him on a trip to tetuan, across the Straits, which he was planning for the first dark night.
tetuan met all our needs: the only question was where to live.
There was none to be had in tetuan at just that time, and a night had to be passed upon the way.
Everybody was in shining white, if not new, apparel, and all tetuan was abroad.
When he got to tetuan the white city was glistening under the setting sun.
The poorest Moor in tetuan is a gentleman: the richest Jew is not.