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    Morocco language

    The Kingdom of Morocco is a country in North Africa, whose capital is Rabat. It has a population of 36 million inhabitants (38th) and an area of ​​446,550 km 2 (57th). Its human development index is medium (123rd) and its official currency is the Moroccan dirham. But what language is spoken in Morocco? What language do they speak in Morocco? Morocco has two official languages: Classical Arabic, spoken by 41% of Moroccans. Berber, spoken by 45% of the population. It is necessary to distinguish between classical Arabic and Moroccan Arabic (dariya), since the first is the official language and the…

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  • History of Morocco

    Brief history of Morocco summarized A brief overview of the history of Morocco, a country in North Africa. Morocco in ancient times Morocco’s written history began around 1,000 BC when a people called the Phoenicians from what is now Lebanon sailed there. The Phoenicians were great traders and they founded trading posts in Morocco. The Phoenicians founded the city of Carthage in what is now Tunisia. Soon Carthage became the dominant power in the region. Meanwhile, around 400 BC, the native Berbers formed the kingdom of Mauretania. In 146 BC the Romans conquered Carthage and their influence in North Africa…

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  • Traditions and customs of Morocco

    What traditions and customs are there in Morocco? We investigate what are the customs and traditions of Morocco. Gastronomy Food in daily life Two of the most basic foods of Moroccan daily life are couscous and harira soup. Couscous, a dish made with granulated semolina grains, is usually topped with lamb, veal, or beef meat and a variety of vegetables such as tomatoes, turnips, and peppers. It is consumed by all sectors of society, and can be referred to as the national dish. The national soup, harira, is a thick paste that comes in many varieties, although it is classically…

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