The Maghreb consists of five countries, namely Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Mauritania, on an area of ​​5,782,140 sq km, distributed between mountainous and desert areas and two beaches extending over the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. This makes it a diverse region. The sky of the Arab Maghreb is open without a visa to most other Arab countries. We will present in this report some of the most important tourist attractions in this region: the city of Chefchaouen – Morocco.Chefchaouen was founded by the Moors, the religion that flocked to Morocco after the fall of Andalusia. This magnificent city overlooks the Mediterranean Sea and is characterized by its buildings and houses painted in blue, and penetrated by mountains, cliffs and valleys. The Andalusian character is very clear in the architecture and architecture of the city, and the most important Andalusian buildings are the Kasbah Castle. Carthage – Tunisia.
The beaches of the city of Carthage extend along 25 km of the Mediterranean Sea, and are punctuated by a group of squares and historical waters that smell the scent of history and ancient civilizations. There are several villages, towns and small towns in the Tunisian region of Carthage. Sidi Bou Said – TunisThe coastal city of Sidi Bou Said is a half hour drive by car from Tunis. This city is filled with a myriad of legends and ancient myths that tell of strange facts that led between its paths and its blue alleys due to its strange architecture. Constantine – Algeria.Algerians call it the city of bridges and that because of the many historical bridges that are located on the slopes and valleys that penetrate the city. The influence of Andalusian wrapping, architecture, music and cuisine of the locals of Constantine is very clear.

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