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See Tangier as you never saw
It is an Arab city, and one of the cities of the Kingdom of Morocco, where it represents the capital of the Moroccan state of Tangier, and it is a historical city deeply rooted in the ancient times. The Kingdom of Morocco, in addition to being an important center for economic, political, and industrial activities, a tourist attraction, and an environment conducive to blending cultures.
See Tetouan as you never saw
The city of Tetouan is one of the Moroccan cities known as the white dove, in relation to the statue of the white dove located in the city center, located in the Rif Mountains in the north of Morocco, and directly overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, and its area is about 6.025 km2, as it reaches, and is characterized by its ancient Andalusian neighborhoods.
See Chefchaouen as you never saw
The region of Chefchaouen is located in the far north of Morocco, specifically on the Rif mountain range, where it is bordered on the northern side by the Mediterranean Sea, along an extension of approximately 120 km², while on the southern side, it is bordered by wazan and Taounath, while for the eastern side it is bordered by the Al Hoceima region, and on the west each of the Tetouan regions And Larache, and this region belongs from an administrative point of RegionalTangier-Tetouan.
See Fez as you never saw
It is a historical city located in the Kingdom of Morocco, and it is an ancient city dating back to the year 789 AD, and this was by Idris II who made Fez the capital of the Idrisic state in the Arab Maghreb, and through out its ancien this story remained a strong, prosperous and developed city in various sfields, whether economic or scientific Or social, and it has recently been classified as the largest urban area free of cars and vehicles in the world.
The city of Fez was the capital of several dynasties, which reached their climax during the reign of the Marinid sultans in the middle of the fourteenth century, and retreatedduring the reign of the Saadi and the Filali who chose the city of Marrakesh as their capital. It is worth noting that the city of Fez consists of two main regions: the old Fez, which was founded in 808 AD, and the new city, which hwas founded in 1276 AD, and it also includes nearly 100 mosques, including the Al-Qarawiyyin Mosque which contains on one of the oldest libraries in the world..
See Rabat as you never saw
The city of Rabat was founded in the twelfth century, by the first Almohad sultan, Abd al-Mumin, and it was considered a fortified passage through which soldiers crossed safely to Spain, after which it was ruled by the third Almohad sultan Abu Yusuf Yaqoub al-Manar, who built the great fortified wall that contributed to The development of the city, in addition to building a huge mosque from which it remains at the present time the prominent Hassan Tower, Rabat became after the year 1609 AD a haven for Andalusian Moroccans who were expelled from Spain.
The capital of Morocco (Rabat) is located on the Atlantic Ocean and Bou Regreg River extends from the ocean to the west of the city, as it separates it from the city of Salé. Rabat is home to the most important museum in Morocco, in addition to the presence of the royal palace in it , Mohamed V Mausoleum, and many historical monuments, Rabat is quiet relative to other Moroccan cities.
See Casablanca as you never saw
It is an Arab Islamic city located in the Kingdom of Morocco, and represents its economic capital, knowing that it is considered the third African city in terms of population, and the city has been known historically by many names, including: Anfa and Casa Branca (English: Casa Branca), a name given by the Portuguese It was established in the sixteenth century, as the Spanish called it "Casa Blanca", and the ancient Moroccans called it "Casa".
The era of Casablanca dates back to a thousand years BC. Archeological studies have discovered the existence of many traces that indicate that it is one of the ancient places inhabited by man, as the Phoenicians, Romans and Berbers lived in it, as it was an important commercial center for the Carthaginians, and They used it as the capital of the medieval bourgeois, and there are several sources that stated that the Amazighs of the Kingdom of Bortwaga were the ones who built the city of "Anfa", which means Casablanca, and that was in 768.
See Marrakech as you never saw
The city of Marrakech is located in the Al-Haouz region in Morocco, at latitude 31.63 and longitude -8.00, at an altitude of 457 meters above sea level and has a population of 839,296 people, which makes it the largest city in Morocco. Marrakech overlooks the fertile Hawes Plain south of the Tensift River. The ancient city of Medina, known as Medina, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1985 AD. Marrakesh was founded in the middle of the eleventh century by Youssef Ibn Tashfin of the Almoravid dynasty and served as the Almoravid capital until it fell to the Almohads in 1147 AD.
The city of Marrakesh is an introduction to the beauty of Moroccan culture, as it is famous for its thriving economy, beautiful natural landscapes, traditional Berber markets, the highlands of Atlas, the ancient walls of the city, and orange trees scattered everywhere, and among the most important things that attract tourists to it are art museums and examples of these museums It is the Dar Si Saad Museum, which is a cultural museum displaying musical instruments, a wooden Ferris wheel, jewelry, carpets and clothing, and the Marrakesh Museum, which represents Andalusian architecture and displays examples of modern and traditional Moroccan art.
See Atlas mountains as you never saw
The Atlas Mountains is a mountain range that extends across the northwest of the continent of Africa about 2500 km (1.600 miles) through Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia, the highest peaks are 4.167 m (13.671 feet) which is the top of Toubkal in southwestern Morocco, the Atlas mountain range borders all of the Mediterranean North And the Atlantic Ocean to the west, and the Sahara to the south.
See Ouarzazate as you never saw
Ouarzazate is considered one of the most famous cities in Morocco, it has reached its fame especially because many films have been filmed in it. The area of the city is approximately 350km², while its height exceeds 1100 meters, while its population is estimated to be approximately fifty six thousand people based on the statistics of 2004 AD. The city also contains all other facilities, which are of interest to everyone who lives in it, as it includes an important international airport Different educational institutions.
In terms of the architectural styles prevailing in the city, Ouarzazate is distinguished by the distinctive Moroccan architecture style, where the walls of the buildings are made of clay and stones, while the ceilings are made of fronds and wood.
See Merzouga as you never saw
In the southeast of Morocco, the city of Merzouga, which is nicknamed by tourists as "the Sea of Sands" and "Durrat Al-Maghribia Desert", is 130 km from the city of Errachidia, which has vast sandy areas that visitors can visit to treat rheumatism.
Merzouga dunes stretching 22 km and five km wide offer the opportunity to reflect on the change of sand colors according to the change of daylight, especially when squaring at the top of those dunes, which are the highest in Morocco, most of the people of Merzouga find their simplicity away from the hustle of contemporary life , In particular thanks to traditional music, hospitality and other things that people inherited from their ancestors.