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  • Notable Feminist Fatema Mernissi

    Moroccan feminist writer and notable sociologist Fatema Mernissi is currently a lecturer at Rabat’s Mohammed V University as well as being a research scholar at the University Institute for ...

  • Al Hoceima, Morocco: After the Quake

    Overlooking the Mediterranean and surrounded by the Rif Mountains on other sides, Al Hoceima was and still is a quiet town nestled near what many call the nicest beaches in the north of Morocco. ...

  • الزفاف في المغرب: التحام العادات

    إن لعقد الزواج، في المغرب، علاقة وطيدة بالتقاليد العريقة والعادات وكذا الديانة. قد يدوم الاحتفال بعقد الزواج أكثر من يوم واحد وتدور مراسيم الزواج حول جمال العروس ووحدة عائلتي العرسان.

  • Celebration of Film, Art and Literature in Marrakech

    Marrakech is well-known as a cultural hot-spot in Morocco, and from the 29th of February through to the 3rd of June 2012 the city hosted the 4th edition of the Marrakech Biennale under the ...

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What to See

  • Business

    Shopping

    Souks and markets are major features of Moroccan life and they are among the countries greatest attractions.

  • Attractions

    Djemaa El Fna

    Djemaa el Fna is located in the exotic city of Marrakech and is known to locals as the 'heart of the city'. It is a part of Marrakech that presents an ever changing character with the rising of the sun and well into the night. It is a cultural mix of color, scents, sight and sound and is one of the liveliest attractions in Morocco. Visitors and tourists should not miss the opportunity to ...

  • Area Guide

    Atlantic Coast

    The sea provides a large amount of income for Morocco, whether through tourism, fishing or shipping. Many colorful cities are based on the coast and you can easily make your way down to the docks to share some maritime stories with the locals. You could also take up windsurfing or simply have a refreshing swim in the sea.

  • Palaces

    El Bahia Palace

    As you tour Morocco, you will find that almost every palace is different in one respect or another – even if they all indicate former glories once enjoyed by royal courts. The El Bahia Palace in Marrakech is certainly no exception. This beautiful building is an excellent example of Eastern Architecture from the 19th century that represents trends and standards of the wealthy who lived at ...

  • Museums

    Archaeological Museum Rabat

    If you enjoy visiting museums, the Archaeological Museum in Morocco is a must-see. Built in 1932, the original museum has since been greatly enlarged in order to provide adequate housing for the ever-expanding plethora of archaeological discoveries that have been found in Morocco. The building itself has been the site of the National Museum Collection since 1986 and it certainly has a lot to ...

  • Regions

    Tadla-Azilal

    Situated in central Morocco, the region of Tadla-Azilal is home to nearly 1.5 million people and has Beni Mellal as its capital city.

  • Attractions

    Friouato Caves

    Near the town of Taza lies one of the most breathtaking natural attractions in Morocco. The Friouato Caves, or Gouffre de Friouato, make up the largest known cave system in Northern Africa and the site has become increasing popular with visitors and tourists. Gouffre de Friouato was first explored by Norbet Casteret in the year 1930 and, thanks to his efforts, the caves can now be enjoyed by ...

  • Museums

    Borj Nord

    If you’re planning to visit Fez during your trip to Morocco, you should definitely schedule some time for a visit to the Borj-Nord Museum. This interesting museum seems to be an almost forgotten tribute to the past, with many visitors and locals neglecting to visit it. Nevertheless it is immensely interesting and provides interesting insight into the military history and traditions of ...

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