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  • Attractions

    Mosques

    The majority of Moroccans are Muslim, practicing the Sunni variant of Islam. Other religions practiced in Morocco include Christianity, Judaism and Baha’I – a 19th century religion which evolved from Babism. With Islam being the dominant religion of the country, Mosques are considered to be of great importance and every settlement, village, town and city has at least one of these venerated ...

  • Culture

    Universities

    After completing their school education, Moroccans have the option to pursue a tertiary education at the various institutions scattered throughout the country. There are approximately forty tertiary education institutions including 14 universities, private higher education institutions and polytechnics. The chief language of instruction at these educational institutions is French, ...

  • Business

    Demographics

    Most people living in Morocco live west of the Atlas Mountains, a 2,400-kilometer range of mountains, which start off in northwest Africa and go through Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia. The city of Tangier is a major port and is where many go to if they want to go to Spain. Casablanca is also a leading port in Morocco and is the center of Moroccan industry and commerce. Marrakech is the tourist ...

  • Embassies

    Canada

    Not many people know that Canada and Morocco have being enjoying positive diplomatic relations since as early as 1962. Today, the Canadian Embassy in Morocco not only has a long history of positively assisting the Moroccan community, but has also assisted thousands of Canadians to improve trade and travel relations with the country. If you are a Moroccan wishing to travel to Canada or a ...

  • Culture

    Education

    Get educated! A number of fine Moroccan and Western schools are available in Morocco thus ensuring the highest level of grade and tertiary education.