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Transcript of Morocco
Morocco has a population of just over 32 million people.
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Morocco's capital city is the city of 'Rabat'.
Rabat is 330km away from Morocco and takes just over 4 hours to drive there.
Rabat has an estimated population of 1 759 000 people.
The Rose Festival
Kelaa-des-Mgouna is the centre of rose production, with two large factories for rose water. Each year in May a rose festival is held in Kelaa-des-Mgouna. The process of making rose water is quite impressive,You need 3,000 kilos of rose petals to make 1 litre of rose water!
Learning to speak Moroccan
Nation sport in Morocco
Morocco has many national sports such as: Handball, Football, Golf, Tennis, basketball, cricket and rugby.
In 2002, Morocco hosted the Morocco cup witch was well attended.
Rugby was introduced to Morocco in the 20th century, mainly by the french who occupied the country. During the first and second world war many of Morocco's rugby players went off to fight.
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Map of Morocco
Red and green are the traditional colours in the arab flag. The pentacle (star) represents the five pillars of Islam and signifies the association between God and the nation; design dates to 1912. The pentagram is usually known as King Solomon's Seal.
Hello! My name is Anass Gueddari. I am 10 years old. I live with my parents and my twin brother, Younes. We live in a city called Salé.
My mother wakes me up. After I wash my face, I get dressed and eat breakfast. I usually have bread with jam, and milk or mint tea. I love mint tea.
I walk to school, which takes less than five minutes. My twin brother, Younes, is in the same class as me. He always has to nag me to hurry up.
Class starts. We have lessons in math, Arabic, Islamic education, science, French, art history and geography. My favorite subject is geography because I like to learn about continents.
Morning classes are over. My school closes from noon to 2:00. During this time, my brother and I go home to eat lunch.
After we get home, we heat the food that my mother prepares for us early every morning. We usually have tagine (tah-jeen) with vegetables and meat. Sometimes we have couscous. I really like couscous.
After I eat lunch, I like to relax and watch television. Sometimes I use this time to go over my homework.
It's time to go back to school again. I don't like afternoon classes because I always feel tired and sleepy.
Afternoon classes end, and I'm done with school for the day. When I get home, I like to watch television. Sometimes, Younes and I play on our PlayStation game system. My favorite game is soccer.
I start my homework. Younes and I always do our homework together.
My family sits down to eat dinner together. On most evenings, we have rice or pasta for our main dish. We always eat fruit for dessert.
It's bedtime. Good night!
A day in the life
Weather differences between Australia and Morocco
Red means max temp.
Blue means min temp.
These are just a few of the delicious Moroccan dishes!
Thanks for watching!!
I hope you learnt a thing or two about Morocco! :)