The city of Casablanca is the largest city in the Arab Maghreb, and it is one of the most important cities in Africa, with a population of approximately 3,359,818 people, and the city’s roots go back to the seventh century AD when the Berber tribe made it its capital, and the Greater Casablanca region covers approximately 1,615 square kilometers It consists of twenty-three urban areas and six governorates. The city is located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, and it is the main center of air and maritime transport, and the main industrial center in the country.
Casablanca is the economic and financial capital of Morocco, and it is one of the most modern cities in the country, as it attracts thousands of foreigners from all over the world to visit it, and to work and live in it as well, and the city has many beautiful places such as the Grand Mosque, Hassan II Mosque and the Corniche of the city.
The city of Fez is considered to be the second largest city in Morocco, with a total population of approximately 1,121,072 people, and the city has an important history; it was a prosperous center for the Jewish community in ancient historical times, as it was one of the imperial cities of the ancient Morocco, and a popular commercial center, as for At present it is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Tangier is the third largest city in Morocco at the present time, and it was of great economic and cultural importance in the past, and of importance in the Romen Empire for more than two hundred years, and this city is visited by about one million people.
Marrakech is the fourth largest city in Morocco, with a population of less than one million, and it is one of the most famous Moroccan cities, located near the foot of the Atlas Mountains, and the city is famous for its parks, tourism, and winter sports, and the ancient part of it has been classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site In the year 1985 AD.