• Tangier
  • Berber languages: Aẓila, ⴰⵥⵉⵍⴰ) is a fortified town on the northwest tip of the Atlantic coast of Morocco, about 31 km (19 mi) south of Tangier. (wikipedia.org)
  • The Musée de Carmen-Macein (also called Carmina) is a private art museum in the Kasbah area of Tangier, Morocco. (wikipedia.org)
  • Africa
  • White goosefoot (Chenopodium album L.) grows in the high altitude areas in Morocco and throughout Africa. (gardenguides.com)
  • Egusi melon grows in Morocco and throughout west, central, east and South Africa. (gardenguides.com)
  • And artists as well: in addition to stars from Morocco and Africa, the line-up includes international names such as Placebo, Maroon 5, Usher, Jennifer Lopez, AVICII and Pharrell Williams. (klm.com)
  • Although most populations of the plant are to be found in Spain, it is not wholly confined to the Iberian Peninsula of Europe, occurring also in certain localities in Morocco(e.g. the Talassemtane National Park) and Algeria in the Atlas Mountains (Rif, Tell Atlas and Middle Atlas ranges) of North Africa. (wikipedia.org)
  • Rabat
  • known are the following ten organizations: Association Scouts Arabe Sociale Association Scouts du Maroc Mouvement du Scoutisme marocain Organisation du Scout Populaire Organisation du Scoutisme marocain musulman Organisation Scout Atlas Organisation Scout National Organisation Scoutisme Mohamedia Marocaine Organisation Scouts sans frontières Scoutisme Unifié au Maroc Boy Scouts of America, served by the Transatlantic Council in Rabat Scouts et Guides de France operates groups in Tunis and Rabat. (wikipedia.org)
  • city
  • Sefrou is a city in central Morocco situated in the Fès-Meknès region. (wikipedia.org)
  • Andaludan Muslims (the Moors) and Jews who took refuge in Morocco after the Christian reconquest of Spain have also left their mark on city life. (hubpages.com)
  • Khenifra (Berber: Xnifṛa, ⵅⵏⵉⴼⵕⴰ, Arabic: خنيفرة‎) is a city in northern central Morocco, surrounded by the Atlas Mountains and located on the Oum Er-Rbia River. (wikipedia.org)
  • Berber languages: ⴻⵍⵃⴰⵊⴻⴱ) is a city located in the Fès-Meknès region of Morocco. (wikipedia.org)
  • Eventually, however, given the city's central economic importance and its role as a military base for northern Morocco, the fourth Almohad Caliph, Muhammad al-Nasir, built a new circuit of city walls and gates as well as two new citadels or kasbahs in the west of the city. (wikipedia.org)
  • crisis
  • Ba Ahmed's rule, as the rule of Moulay Hassan before him, of whom his was grand vizier, continued to entangle Morocco in financial and political crisis, with catastrophic reforms to the tax and duty systems, and deepened the dependency of the throne -who could hardly collect any taxes- on foreign powers to quell rebellions, pay soldiers and servants and ultimately stay in power. (wikipedia.org)
  • French
  • It was designed by the French architect Michel Pinseau who had lived in Morocco, and was constructed by the civil engineering group Bouygues. (wikipedia.org)
  • That these cities are better preserved in Morocco than almost anywhere else in the Arab world is due to the medieval way of life that continued virtually until 1912, and to the foresight of the first French Resident-General, General Louis Lyautey, who appreciated the architectural beauty of the cities and ensured their preservation by building separate European suburbs or new European towns as at Casablanca. (hubpages.com)
  • Ba Ahmed's descendants, as members of the French colonial elite with strong links to the palace, continue to this day to play a key role in the political and economic life of Morocco. (wikipedia.org)
  • Morocco had been formerly under the control of the French since 1912, and they wanted the sultan to be largely stationed in one place, near their own administrative headquarters, in order to show his acceptance of the new regime. (wikipedia.org)
  • built
  • The building was commissioned by King Hassan II to be the most ambitious structure ever built in Morocco. (wikipedia.org)
  • When Morocco was taken over by the Saadian dynasty (16th-17th centuries) the capital was again moved to Marrakech, while the Saadians built new fortresses (among them Borj Nord) to keep Fez under control. (wikipedia.org)
  • annual
  • An annual herb that grows more than 1 meter in height and produces many fine branches, Crambe (Crambe hispanica) naturally grows in Morocco, throughout the Mediterranean and the Middle East. (gardenguides.com)
  • capital
  • Ksar-el-Kebir and Asila were also evacuated in 1550, after the Saadians captured Fez, capital of Wattasid Morocco, in 1549. (wikipedia.org)
  • Spain
  • This fantastic escorted tour of Spain, Portugal, and Morocco tour concentrates on the southern part of the Iberian Peninsula. (globusjourneys.com)
  • Explore the coastline of Portugal and Northern Spain on this fascinating guided tour of Portugal and Spain. (globusjourneys.com)
  • Europe
  • Under the Portuguese, Agadir had been an important trading center between Europe and Morocco, particularly for the products of Sus. (wikipedia.org)
  • western
  • Morocco is the western extremity of the Arab and Muslim world, a magic carpet flying between myth and reality. (canada.com)
  • high
  • High Commission for Planning, Morocco. (wikipedia.org)
  • One of his grandsons, Chakib Benmoussa, has held several high profile posts under the current king of Morocco, Mohammed VI, who appointed him first as CEO of one his companies (SONASID) then as Minister of the Interior then head of the Conseil Economique et Social and then ambassador to France. (wikipedia.org)
  • main
  • This guide highlights some of the main ways you can help yourself stay safe abroad and what help the FCO can provide. (www.gov.uk)
  • million
  • Construction costs, estimated to be about 585 million euro, were an issue of debate in Morocco, a lower mid-income country. (wikipedia.org)