Simply Morocco
Imperial cities of Morocco
The Imperial Cities of Morocco: Fes, Meknes, Marrakech, and Rabat The four historical and capital cities of Morocco are Fes, Meknes, Marrakech, and Rabat. At some point in time over the past few decades, each of these cities have been named the capital. Currently, Rabat is the official capital. If you’re visiting Morocco anytime soon,...
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Azrou: Day trip to Azrou and the Amazigh Market Every Tuesday, something special happens a couple of hours by car from Fes ‘Like Switzerland!’ Our cab driver politely informed us that we were close, and pointed to the mountains. Outside the window was the city of Ifrane – the ‘Switzerland of Morocco’. Unlike anywhere else...
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The Best Time to Visit Morocco If you’re planning a trip to Morocco, there is never a bad time to visit! With great weather in Morocco all twelve months of the year, there are plenty of places to see and visit since Morocco is geographically diverse. For most tourists, Morocco’s weather is a major factor...
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Moroccan wedding
“Every bride is beautiful on her wedding day. In Morocco, she gets to be a queen too” (Van Wagner). Every country has different and unique traditions and ceremonies. Morocco is not an exception. The traditional Moroccan wedding is rich of details and meaningful processes. The bride gets to dress in several outfits and the food as...
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top beaches in Morocco
Morocco has some of the most beautiful beaches in the whole world! With a 2945 km long coast spread along the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea, there is something for everyone on the scenic Moroccan beaches. No matter where your destination is, visit one of the top twenty beaches mentioned below! El Jebha (Chefchaouen Province):...
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music of morocco
The Magnificent Music of Morocco Moroccan Music Moroccan music is just as magical as the country itself. Different styles of music include Amazigh folk, gnawa, rai, chaabi, and Andalusian. What’s really special about Moroccan music is the amount of the cultural influences that are reflected in it. However, the separation of the sea has allowed...
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