Desert Erg Chebbi Merzouga

The dunes of Erg Chebbi reach a height of up to 150 meters in places and altogether spans an area of 50 kilometers from north to south and up to 5–10 kilometers from east to west lining the Algerian border. The nearest sizable town is Erfoud, about 60 kilometers further north. One other city is […]

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Tangier

Tangier, in the north of Morocco, in the western part of the Rif, in the Strait of Gibraltar, is an ancient city that was dominated by various peoples throughout history, and declared an international city for much of the half century XX. Today is the economic and administrative capital of the northern region of Morocco, […]

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Fez

Fes, Imperial City, spiritual and cultural center of the kingdom, city of a thousand facets, still intact in its splendor. Its magnificent madrasahs are the most prominent of which is the cradle of wisdom symbol. Its medina, classified as World Heritage Site by UNESCO, has preserved its authenticity and its original seal for more than […]

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Agadir

Agadir, capital of the region of Souss Massa, is also a city that overflows a rich economic and cultural activity. Its coastline extends to the Saharan provinces. The interior penetrates to the Anti-Atlas Mountains. today, Agadir is the most important fishing port of Morocco. The new city combines modernity and simplicity with wide green spaces, […]

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Marrakech

Marrakech, the red city, mythic, cultural and tourist capital for over a century, inspiring artists, trends and events, offers a smart balance of the treasures of the past and the permanent power of modern culture. The imperial city, since in the past it was the capital of the Kingdom, offers total escape, in a safe […]

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Casablanca

Casablanca, the Moroccan economy lung and guarantor of a unique historical heritage, lives at a frantic pace. Casablanca gives us its multiple facets. Business and art rub shoulders and confused. The little red taxis glide feet of ultramodern buildings of the White City. The modern buildings coexist naturally with Andalusian and “Art Deco” of the […]

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