The rich culture and civilization of Morocco developed because of the important influences which the country gathered in time. Morocco has hosted Phoenicians, Carthagians, Jews, Arabs, Sub-Saharan Africans, Romans, Vandals, Andalusians, most of its present population consisting of Arabs and Berbers. Its ethnical diversity is to be observed in the old bazaars, the medinas of the ancient cities and tasted in the spicy dishes that the country is famous for.
Breathe in the pure air as you climb the Atlas Mountains, feel the dryness of the Sahara Desert or relax with your family in the splendid Dades Valley. Observe the magnificent panorama, the beauty of nature and the fauna represented mostly by birds. Walk along the narrow streets of the former imperial cities Marrekech, Fez or Meknes and photograph the old Citadel of Chellah Gardens and its colorful gardens. Admire the 19th century Eastern architecture in the 160 rooms of the El Bahia Palace or the resting place of the royal family known under the name Mohamed V Mausoleum. Discover the meanings behind the name Casablanca or the “Red City” Marrakech and its traditional Djemaa el Fna market.
Complete a cultural puzzle and identify the prints of diversity in a colorful, traditional country, Morocco.
History and Tradition in the Moroccan Woodstock: Essaouira
Essaouira is one of Morocco’s most famous cities, known ever since the Antiquity. It is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage city being an example of a late 18th century fortified town. Essaouira is famous for having a dense Jewish population, Jews... in: Africa, Morocco
Tradition and Charisma in a Magical Place that Never Sleeps : Djemaa el Fna
If you have always been fascinated by culture and how tradition is passed from a generation to another, there is one unique destination where you will get the full cultural impact. Djemaa el Fna is a place where culture and tradition flow... in: Africa, Morocco