Moroccan culture is unique due to its Berber, Arabian, and European influences.
Morocco is a North African nation that borders the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. The Djemaa el-Fna square and souks (marketplaces) of Marrakesh's medina, a labyrinthine ancient district, provide entertainment in addition to selling pottery, jewelry, and metal lanterns.
The Kasbah of the Udayas, a royal fort with a view of the water from the 12th century, is located in Rabat.
- Capital: Rabat
- Area code: +212
- Language: Arabic [Hello – marchaba]
- Currency: Morocan Dirham
- Population: 37.5 million 
- Area: 710,851 km²
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Places to Visit in morocco
- Djemaa El Fna
- Jardin Majorelle
- Bahia Palace
- Musee Yves Saint Laurent
- Erg Chigaga
- Maison Traditionnelle
- Badia Palace
- Hassan II Mosque
- Chouara Tannery
How to Reach Morocco:
The simplest way to get get there, of course, to fly. Alternatively, you could
fly to France, Spain or Gibraltar and pick up a ferry there; or, from Britain or
Ireland, you could go all the way by land and sea
- Many Moroccans do not want their pictures taken. [So respect]
- Most Moroccan mosques do not let non-Muslims.
- In Morocco, the winters can get extremely cold.
- In Morocco, trains are dependable and reasonably priced.
- In Morocco, Government-Run Tourist Sites Provide Excellent Value.
Currency and Cost
ATMs Can Be Hit or Miss
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