Morocco, a country that is situated in North Africa has a land area of about 447,000 square kilometers and its population is thirty-two million people approximately. Casablanca is the largest city in Morocco and Rabat is its capital city. Algeria is located on its east, Mauritania is located on its south and Spain is situated on the north. Morocco experiences Mediterranean climate. About twelve percent of the land is covered by forests and eighteen percent of the land in the country is used for the purpose of agriculture.

The art of the country are simply amazing and many of them can be seen in the local art museums. The nation is extremely famous for its wildlife biodiversity. In Morocco, the service industry is extremely important because it accounts for more than 50% of the country’s Gross Domestic Product. The industrial sectors that have been growing rapidly in the country are tourism, textile and the telecom sectors.

Classical Arabic is the official language of Morocco. The cuisine in the country is incomplete without spices. Its cuisine is a perfect blend of Jewish, African, Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, Arab and Iberian cuisine. One of the traditional favorites of the Moroccan is Bisteeya, which is a triple-layered savory pastry.

The people from Morocco are called Moroccans.

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    Bordj El Berod (Ruins), Essaouira

    Bourj El Baroud is a ruined watchtower located somewhat south of the mouth of Oued Ksob near Essaouira, Morocco. This structure is located on a broad sandy beach directly across from Phoenician ruins at the southeast tip of the main islet of Iles Purpuraires.

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    Historic City of Meknes

    The Historic City of Meknes has exerted a considerable influence on the development of the civil and military architecture (the kasbah) and works of art.

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    Iles Purpuraires, Essaouira

    Iles Purpuraires are a set of small islands off the western coast of Morocco at the bay located at Essaouira. These islands were settled in antiquity by the Phoenicians, chiefly to exploit certain marine resources and as a promontory fort.

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    Jemaa el-Fnaa, Marrakesh

    Jamaa el Fna (also Jemaa el-Fnaa, Djema el-Fna or Djemaa el-Fnaa) is a square and market place in Marrakesh's medina quarter (old city). It remains the main square of Marrakesh, used by locals and tourists.

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    Ksar of Ait-Ben-Haddou

    Ksar of Ait-Ben-Haddou. Ait Benhaddou is a fortified city, or ksar, along the former caravan route between the Sahara and Marrakech in present-day Morocco.

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    Marrakesh or Marrakech is a major city of Morocco. It is the fourth largest city in the country, after Casablanca, Rabat and Fes. It is the capital city of the mid-southwestern region of Marrakesh-Asfi.

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    Mausoleum of Mohammed V, Rabat

    The Mausoleum of Mohammed V is a historical building located on the opposite side of the Hassan Tower on the Yacoub al-Mansour esplanade in Rabat, Morocco.

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    Medina of Essaouira (Mogador)

    The Medina of Essaouira, formerly named Mogador (name originating from the Phoenician word Migdol meaning a «small fortress»), is an outstanding example of a fortified town of the mid-eighteenth century, surrounded by a wall influenced by the Vauban model.

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    Medina of Fez (Fes el Bali)

    Fes el Bali (Old Fes) is the oldest walled part of Fes, Morocco. Fes el Bali was originally founded as the capital of the Idrisid dynasty between 789 and 808 AD.

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    Medina of Marrakesh

    Founded in 1070-1072 by the Almoravids (1056-1147), capital of the Almohads (1147-1269), Marrakesh was, for a long time, a major political, economic and cultural centre of the western Muslim world, reigning in North Africa and Andalusia.

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    Medina of Tetouan (Titawin)

    The Medina of Tetouan developed on the steep slopes of the Jebel Dersa. In the Islamic period it had particular importance from the 8th century onwards since it served as the point of connection between Morocco and Andalusia.

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    Portuguese City of Mazagan (El Jadida)

    The Portuguese City of Mazagan (El Jadida), one of the first settlements created in Africa by Portuguese explorers on the route to India, bears outstanding witness to the exchange of influences between European and Moroccan cultures from the 16th to the 18th centuries, which are evident in the architecture, technology and town planning.

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    Volubilis (Archaeological Site of Volubilis)

    Volubilis is a partly excavated amazigh then Roman city in Morocco situated near Meknes between Fes and Rabat and commonly considered as the ancient capital of the kingdom of Mauritania.