Come To Morocco!

Enjoy our beautiful scenery and culture today!

The only coming holiday currently is Labor Day.

When we celebrate work by not going.

Come visit our beautiful beaches!

There's many ways to enjoy this beautiful country why not at one of our breath taking beaches.
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General things about Morocco,

Morocco's population is over 3 million.
It's area of land size is 172,410 square miles.
Morocco's government system is a constitutional monarchy with an elected parliment.
Their leader is a king.
Their largest city is Casablanca but their political capital is Rabat.Morocco's full Arabic name is "Al-Mamlaka-al-Maghribiya”. The English translation of this means "The Western Kingdom"
In Moroccan culture the liver (instead of the heart) is the symbol for love.
The official language is Arabic but Dareja, Berber, French, and English are also used.
It is considered impolite to handle food with the left hand.
It is common for Moroccans to extend a visitor's invitation to their home.
If you decline to eat meat in Morocco it is also considered impolite.
The University of Al-Karouine in Fez is the oldest continuously operational university in the world and was established in 859 AD.
A large number of movies are made in Morocco.

History

MOROCCO HAS NO OFFICIAL FOUNDING DATE.
MOROCCO BORDERS ALGERIA AND THE WESTERN SAHARA ALSO ALONG THE COAST OF THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA AND THE ATLANTIC OCEAN.

Morocco has been inhabited since Paleolithic times (the Prehistoric era of humans) between 90,000 and 190,000 B.C.
Morocco's major resources are agriculture, phosphates, tourism, seafood sale, and mining.
It was formed in the Idrisid dynasty around the year 789.
Ifrane, Middle Atlas (In Morocco) had the lowest recorded temperature in Africa at -24 degrees Celsius.
Morocco has been home of the Berbers since the second millennium B.C.
Their rulers are all descendants from the religous prophet Muhammad and still rule the country to this day.

Current Events

Morocco's current king is Mohammed VI
Their Prime Minister is Abdelilah Benkirane
Their predominant religion is Islam
The currency is the Moroccan dirham
Soccer is the most popular sport in Morocco.
Education in Morocco is free and compulsory through primary school
The estimated literacy rate in 2013 was 73%
Morocco is characterized by a rugged mountainous interior.