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Morocco, West, sunset
Morocco is located in the far northwestern part of the continent of Africa on an area of approximately 710,850 km2, officially known as the Kingdom of Morocco, and its population is more than 33,848,242 people, most of whom speak Arabic and the Amazigh language, a system of government in Morocco is a constitutional monarchy, and is divided administratively into 62 Governorate, the official currency of the Moroccan dirham, and the Moroccan economy depends heavily on the tourism sector, which contributes to the development of the industrial sector, construction and revitalization of coastal cities.
Tourist cities in Morocco
It is located in the north-central region of Morocco, and its area is about 500 km², and it is about 383.7 meters above the sea level. The city was built in the eighth century AD in 789 AD by Idris bin Abdullah, and it is divided into three sections: Fez el-Bali or the old city, and Fez Al-Jadida and the new city. The city contains many tourist attractions such as Bab Mahrouk, the Museum of Arts, Wood Crafts, Alal bin Abdullah Street, the Mawlai Idris Corner, the Qarawiyyin Mosque, the Danan Synagogue, the Misbah Madrasah, and the Royal Palace.
It is located in the south-central region of Morocco, with an area of about 230 km2, and rises above sea level about 450 meters. The city was built by Youssef bin Tashfin in 1062 AD, and contains many tourist attractions such as the Badi Palace, the Marabite Dome, and Bab Doukkala, Aghaamat, the graves of Sa`diyyin, Bahia Palace, the Jemaa El-Fna square, the Kataeba Mosque, and the Ben Yusef School.
It is located in the north of Morocco, and its area is about 4.20 km², and it is approximately 564 meters above sea level. It was built in 1471 AD by Ali bin Rashid, and it contains many tourist attractions such as Watat al-Hamam Square, the Kasbah, the head of the water head, and the Maghreb Street , The Grand Mosque, and antique neighborhoods, such as the Andalus neighborhood, the Suwayqa neighborhood, and the Sabanin neighborhood.
It was built in 1320 BC, with an area of about 124 square kilometers, and among its most important tourist attractions are: Bab Haha, the old city, the Kasbah, the Cave of Hercules, the Great Mosque, and the Tangier City Center Resort.
The city of Salé
It was built in the first century BC, with an area of about 95.48 km², and among its most prominent tourist attractions: the Gate of Ceuta, the Attarin Market, the Al-Shahba Mosque, the Dar al-Barud, the Bab al-Murisi and the Ceramic Museum.
The city of Meknes
It was built in the tenth century AD by Sultan Moulay Ismail, with an area of about 500.01 km², and among its most prominent tourist attractions are the ancient city of Volubilis, Dar Al-Jami Palace, the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail, Bab al-Mansour, the Hamriyah commercial district, the Bu Ananiya school, and the Wadi al-Dahab district.
The city of Casablanca
It was built by the Berbers of the Kingdom of Burgwatta in 768 AD, with an area of about 873 km2, and among its most prominent tourist attractions: the ancient city, the Hassan II Mosque, the Ain Diab Corniche, the lighthouse of the palace, the Al Ahbas civilizational and cultural district, the Mohammed V Street and the La Comedy Square.