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  • Filmmaking Flourishes in Morocco

    Morocco is one of North Africa's top travel destinations, attracting visitors from around the world and hosting events supported by international artists, such as the recently held Festival ...

  • Morocco to Benefit from Foreign Investment

    Citing Morocco's strategic geographic position in relation to Europe, Africa, and maritime trade routes, as well as its comprehensive port infrastructure, political stability, steady ...

  • Surfing on Morocco’s Southwestern Coast

    An increasing number of surfers from around the world are discovering the delights of Morocco's more than 1,800 kilometers of beautiful beaches, warm weather and spectacular surf, and an ...

  • Celebrating the Rhythms of the World in Rabat

    The 13th edition of Festival Mawazine Rhythms of the World is set to take place from May 30 to June 7, 2014, in the vibrant city of Rabat. In addition to performances by renowned Moroccan, ...

  • The Historical Town of Tiznit

    Located near the Atlantic coast, in the Souss-Massa-Drâa region of Morocco, the town of Tiznit was founded by Sultan Moulay Hassan in 1881 in order for him to control rebel Berber tribes in ...

  • Morocco’s Imperial Cities: Meknès

    Having served as a capital city for a period of time in Morocco's long and interesting history, Meknès is listed as one of the country's four Imperial Cities – the other three being Fes, ...

  • Conservation of Morocco’s Wetlands – Part Two

    Located on Morocco's Atlantic coast, the Loukkos wetlands include a variety of habitats, such as shallow marine waters, estuarine waters, freshwater swamps, salt steppes and flood plains. ...

  • Conservation of Morocco’s Wetlands – Part One

    In an effort to prevent the loss of wetlands, primarily due to encroachment by humans, the Ramsar Convention identifies and monitors wetlands around the world that are considered to be of ...

  • Morocco’s Imperial Cities: Marrakech

    As one of Morocco's four Imperial Cities – the other three being Fes, Meknes and Rabat – Marrakech is awash with history and culture, and has a host of attractions to visit and memorable ...

  • Barbary Sheep of Morocco

    Found in the Saharan Desert and along its borders, Barbary sheep (Ammotragus lervia) are hardy animals perfectly adapted to thrive in arid and harsh conditions. These interesting mammals ...