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My presentation about Morocco on Thursday inchalah

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Driss Sadiki

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Content
Religion
languages
Location
Language
Religion
Main cities
Food
clothes
Wedding ceremony
Music
Other languages
French : used at schools, offices, media business, government, and diplomacy.
English, spanish and german : used at schools as foreign languages and in tourism
Spanish is spoken widely in the north of Morocco
The Moroccan dialect is the most used in dialy life
Berber is used widely in some regions
Location
Location
Arabic and recently Berber (Tamazight) are official languages
French is the second language
Islam is the official religion in Morocco
The kingdom of Morocco
Driss Sadiki
Fulbright FLTA
UWSP
dsadi980@uwsp.edu
Main cities
Rabat : The capital city
Casablanca : The biggest city
Marakech : The red city
Fes : The spiritual and cultural city
Rabat: The capital city
Casablanca
The biggest city
Marrakech
The red city
Marrakech , known as the "Red City", is the most important former imperial city in Morocco's history.
Marrakech has the largest traditional market in Morocco and also has one of the busiest squares in Africa and the world, Djemaa el Fna.
Fes
The spiritual and cultural city
University of al-Karaouine
Moroccan food
Eating Couscous on Friday
Moroccan tea
Tea occupies a very important place in Moroccan culture.
Morocco is one of the biggest tea importers of the world.
Moroccan mint tea is a green tea with mint leaves.
Mint tea isn't just a drink in Morocco. It is a sign of hospitality, friendship, and tradition
Components of Tajine
Moroccan tajines often combine lamb,fish or chicken with a mixture of ingredients and spices, olives , vegetables, raisins,prunes,with fresh or 
preserved lemon.
Other forms of Tajine
Couscous
The Moroccan Tajine
Moroccan clothes
Men`s clothes
Women`s clothes
The Moroccan wedding
In Morocco, the marriage celebration includes several well organized ceremonies that can last from 3 days to a week, depending on the family and region of Morocco. These festivities are always the ideal opportunity to bring Moroccan families together and show the richness of Moroccan customs and traditions.
The bride and the bride groom
Henna for girls
amaria tradition
Moroccan Music
Andalousian music
As its name indicates, it comes from Al-Andalus or Andalusia. It is a mixture of Arab and Spanish music which is sung in classical Arabic.
It makes use of many musical instruments such as the violin, lute and many others.

Berber Music
Ahidous dance
Ahwach dance
The world`s map
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