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Marrakesh, Morocco’s old imperial capital, is a major economic hub with mosques, palaces, and gardens. The medina is a tightly packed, walled medieval city with mazelike lanes where vibrant souks (marketplaces) offer traditional fabrics, pottery, and jewelry going back to the Berber Empire. The Moorish minaret of the 12th-century Koutoubia Mosque is an icon of the city, visible for kilometers. ― See Marrakech in google
Fes is a city in northern Morocco that is known as the country’s cultural hub. The Fes El Bali walled medina is famous for its medieval Marinid architecture, lively souks, and old-world ambience. Religious schools such as Bou Inania and Al Attarine, both built in the 14th century and ornamented with magnificent cedar carvings and ornate tile work, can be seen in the medina. ― Keep reading
Merzouga is a tiny community in southern Morocco located 35 kilometers (22 miles) southeast of Rissani, 55 kilometers (34 miles) south of Erfoud, and 50 kilometers (31 miles) south of the Algerian border.
The town is a famous tourist destination because of its proximity to Erg Chebbi Sand dunes. The Erg Chebbi has been described as “a sand wonderland” and “a desert theme park.”
On Morocco’s Atlantic coast, Essaouira is a port city and resort. The medina (old town) is fortified by the Skala de la Kasbah, which were built by European engineers in the 18th century. The walls are lined with old brass cannons, and there are ocean vistas. The city’s crescent beach is renowned for surfing, windsurfing, and kitesurfing because to the strong “Alizée” trade winds. ― Read more
Rabat (the Capital)
Rabat (the Moroccan capital) is 85 kilometers (52 miles) north of Casablanca on the Atlantic Ocean. It is a close neighbor of Sale. Rabat is a fantastic destination and possibly Morocco’s most European metropolis. It houses hundreds of embassies as well as the majority of the Moroccan government’s administrative headquarters. It has a distinct foreign flavor.
Casablanca is a port city and economic hub on the Atlantic Ocean in western Morocco. The downtown Mauresque architecture, a mix of Moorish design and European art deco, reflects the city’s French colonial past. The massive Hassan II Mosque, erected in 1993 and partially above the water, includes a 210m minaret topped with lasers aimed at Mecca. ― Casablanca
Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou is a historic ighrem or ksar in Morocco, located on the old trade route between the Sahara and Marrakesh. Kasbah Ait ben Hadou has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987 and is regarded a magnificent example of Moroccan earthen clay construction.
The Todra Gorges are a series of limestone river gorges, or wadis, located near Tinerhir in Morocco’s eastern High Atlas Mountains. On their final 40 kilometers through the highlands, both the Todgha and neighboring Dades Rivers carved out these deep cliff-sided canyons.