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Culture . Traditions . History.

Moroccan Weddings

Ceremonies that pay homage to its rich cultural heritage and tradition, several outfit changes, relentless dancing and festivities, and a burst of colours, music, and local fare—Moroccan weddings are nothing short of a spectacular affair. Rich hues, plush textures, and the distinct Moroccan lanterns make the perfect backdrop for the traditional Moroccan wedding experience. You […]

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The sand bath in Merzouga

The sand bath in Merzouga in the Sahara desert is an ancient Berber treatment for curing ailments affecting the joints, muscles, and tendons. It is best performed during the hottest months of July and August. Prior to taking a sand bath as a form of treatment, it’s advisable to seek the advice of a medical […]

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Art and Culture

Moroccan museums: wonderful creations! Our culture is part of our identity and our history. Visit sites that preserve memories and discover the world heritage of each city. Palaces and sports Visit the antique palaces and sports where our museums are located, which include exquisite exhibition halls decorated with the most wonderful and rich works of […]

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Ouarzazat Culture

Ouarzazate-Zagora-Tinerhir Cinema decor Before your feet carry you beyond the gates of the Great South, on your way you will find the city of Ouarzazate, which is one of the main stops on your journey to the Sahara Desert. They stopped there and discovered the ancient treasures of a city that was still developing and […]

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TAOURIRT KASBAH

Only 1 kilometer from Ouarzazate, is a very old building, both superb and surprising. This is the Taourirt Kasbah, which is often compared to a large sand castle. If it is now classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is not for nothing. The Taourirt Kasbah is a real architectural gem of Berber culture. […]

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HASSAN II Mosque

The Hassan II Mosque is a mosque located on the coast of the city of Casablanca , Morocco . It is the largest mosque in the country, the second mosque in Africa , and the thirteenth in the world . Its minaret is Andalusian, rising 210 meters (689 feet) and it is the second highest […]

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Chefchaouen – The Blue City

Chefchaouen’s blue walls are a popular subject of interest. There are several theories as to why the walls were painted blue. One popular theory is that the blue keeps mosquitos away. The blue is said to symbolize the sky and heaven, and serve as a reminder to lead a spiritual life. However, according to some […]

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Gnaoua and World Music Festival

The Essaouira Gnaoua and World Music Festival was created in 1997. The founders aimed to make it a story of encounters, mergers and openness to others This festival, produced by Neila Tazi, has set itself the central mission of preserving, enhancing and promoting Gnaoua music and culture in Morocco and around the world. Allow the […]

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Berber Of Morocco

MoroccoBerber Also called Imazighen(in antiquity, known asLibyans by the Greeks), the Berber are the indigenous people of North Africa, west of the Nile Valley. Many Berbers call themselves some variant of the word Imazighen (singular: Amazigh), possibly meaning “free people” or “free and noble men”. The word has probably an ancient parallel in the Roman […]

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Rose Festival

La fête des roses à El Kelaa M’Gouna au Maroc, appelé Moussem, a lieu tout les mois de mai de chaque année; lors de la récolte des précieuses pétales. Cette fête dure trois jours; elle célèbre l’arrivée des roses, une activité très répandue dans la région de Kalaat M’Gouna, des vallées du Dadès et celle du M’Goun au sud du Maroc.   Région du […]

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