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Transcript of MOROCCO
Morocco uses Moroccan dirham
Couscous, mint tea (official tea), vegetables, fish, meat, etc.
They wear jellaba (as shown in picture), burnooses, turbans,caftan, fez, veils, etc.
Where is it ?
Morocco is located in the northwestern corner of Africa with a population of 33.01 million (2013)
The geography of Morocco spans from the Atlantic Ocean, to mountainous areas, to the Sahara desert. It borders Algeria and annexed western Sahara
Recreation / Sports
Track and Field
A major hotel in Morocco is Sofitel Rabat Jardin des Roses
A major resturant in Morocco is Le Petit Beur – Dar Tajine
98% of the population is muslim
Morocco is a constitutional Monarchy headed by king
Current king:Mohammed VI
The capital of Morocco is Rabat
They live in houses made of mud bricks
Eid al-Adha, or the Festival of the Sacrifice, is a main festivity among Muslims. Commemorating Abraham's sacrifice, families unite to enjoy a sacrificed lamb. Considered the national holiday, Moroccans dress their best for dancing and singing under colorful fireworks.
A museum in Morocco is Rabat Archaeological Museum
A monuments in Rabat are
Kasbah of the Udayas
Walls of Rabat
Museums & Monuments
One of the famous singers that was borand raised in Morocco is FRENCH MONTANA
Asian Garden Dormouse
North African Gerbil
In 1956, after 44 years of French rule, Morocco regained independence from France as the Kingdom of Morocco.
Morocco is heavily reliant on its natural resources. In Morocco’s case, its key raw material is phosphate, an ingredient used in many fertilisers, pesticides and animal feeds. Other minerals mined include barite, cobalt, fluorspar and lead.