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Transcript of Morocco
Food in Morocco
Money in Morocco
made of layers of phyllo dough
filled with chopped nuts and
sweetened with syrup or honey.
A doughnut sprinkled with sugar or
soaked in honey.
"Moroccan Dirham" (MAD)
1 Moroccan Dirham equals
0.14 Canadian Dollar
This classic and well-loved Middle-Eastern dish is perfect to serve with fish.
Coat of Arms
Code of Arms
Flag of Morocco
Coora Flower (National Flower)
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Karim Kharbouch known by his stage name French Montana, is an American rapper born in Morocco.
Aminatou Ali Ahmed Haidar is a Sahrawi human rights activist.
Abdelhadi Tazi (born June 15, 1921) is a scholar, writer, historian and former Moroccan ambassador in various countries.
Archaeological Site of Volubilis
Morocco Heritage Sites
the most beautiful small town in Morocco.
PLACES TO VISIT
Volubilis was the chief city of Roman Morocco and is today a beautiful, extensive ruin
The largest city in Morocco.
Medina of Tétouan (formerly known as Titawin)
Morocco's Connection w/ France
France showed a strong interest in Morocco as early as 1830. France was colonizing Morocco, but now they have a good relationship, and there are a lot of Moroccan immigrant to France.
It's hot and sunny for most of the year in Morocco. During the peak summer months it gets uncomfortably hot especially in Marrakech, Fes and southwest Morocco, towards the desert.
Winters (November to February) are generally mild although temperatures at night can get down to the 40's Fahrenheit (10 C).