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  • The Magic Morocco, Your Full Guide To Morocco. — “The Magic Morocco”,
  • (Click to enlarge) Morocco (Mapping Specialists, Ltd.) Morocco A country of northwest Africa on the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. — “Morocco: Map, History from ”,
  • Definition of morocco from Webster's New World College Dictionary. Meaning of morocco. Pronunciation of morocco. Definition of the word morocco. Origin of the word morocco. — “morocco - Definition of morocco at ”,
  • Come and spend a dream vacation in Morocco: change of scene, authenticity, sun, hospitality, well-being, culture The recipe for a unique experience!. — “Morocco Travel - Vacation, tourism, holidays - Moroccan”,
  • Open source, wiki travel guide to Morocco with information, photos, activities, maps, travel tips and more. Make money by contributing your knowledge of Morocco and help others. — “Morocco - Wiki Travel Guide - Travellerspoint”,
  • Browse the Morocco Photo Gallery. As you relax in your hammam (steam bath), tuck into your tagine (stew), bargain in the souks or slide into your comfortable caftan you may be surprised how easily you slip into another culture and another century. — “Morocco Overview | Morocco Travel Guide | iExplore”,
  • Morocco has suggested an autonomous status for the territory. Morocco is an ethnically diverse country with a rich culture and civilization. — “Morocco - New World Encyclopedia”,
  • is Morocco country guide to provide information about Hotels, restaurants, business directory, classifieds and travel to Morocco Africa. — “getMorocco offers info about Morocco Hotels, Travel, Flights”,
  • Morocco Facts and Information for Visitors. Facts and travel information about Morocco in North Africa. Morocco geographic facts, Morocco travel facts, economic facts, best time to go, climate, getting to Morocco and more. — “Morocco - Morocco Facts and Information”,
  • Facts about the land, people, history, government, political conditions, economy, foreign relations of Morocco. — “Morocco”, state.gov
  • mountainous country of western North Africa that lies directly across the Strait of Gibraltar from Spain. Attempts by Europeans to establish permanent footholds in Morocco beginning in the late 15th century were largely repulsed, but the country later. — “Morocco — Articles, Video, Pictures and Facts”,
  • In 1860, Spain occupied northern Morocco and ushered in a half century of trade rivalry among European powers that saw Morocco's sovereignty steadily erode; in 1912, the note: Morocco claims the territory of Western Sahara, the political. — “CIA - The World Factbook”, cia.gov
  • Morocco is a country in North Africa that borders Algeria, Mauritania, Spain and has coast lines along the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea. Morocco is the only African country that is not a member of the African Union. It is, however, a. — “Morocco”,
  • Information on Morocco — geography, history, politics, government, economy, population statistics, culture, religion, languages, largest cities, as well as a map and the national flag. — “Morocco: History, Geography, Government, and Culture”,
  • Open source travel guide to Morocco, featuring up-to-date information on attractions, hotels, restaurants, nightlife, travel tips and more. Free and reliable advice written by Wikitravellers from around the globe. — “Morocco travel guide - Wikitravel”,
  • Offers travel information including Background Notes, entry and exit requirements, safety and security, crime, health and transport. While Morocco has a developing economy, modern tourist facilities and means of transportation are widely available, though the quality may vary depending on price and. — “Morocco”, travel.state.gov
  • Morocco tourism and travel information including facts, maps, history, culture, transport and weather in Morocco. Find popular places to visit in Morocco - Lonely Planet. — “Morocco Travel Information and Travel Guide - Lonely Planet”,
  • Morocco. Learn about the unforgettable African experience that Morocco has to offer travelers, from Casablanca and Marrakesh to Tangier and Rabat. — “Morocco”, destination360.com
  • Morocco facts: Official web sites of Morocco, links and information on Morocco's art, culture, geography, history, travel and tourism, cities, the capital city, airlines, embassies, tourist boards and newspapers. — “Morocco - Country Profile - Kingdom of Morocco - Destination”,
  • Features information about Morocco including history, geography, politics, demographics, and culture. — “Morocco - Wikipedia”,
  • Morocco pictures, videos and albums that take you on an armchair tour of the world we live in. — “morocco pictures, videos and albums”,
  • G4S Morocco provides a range of security systems to both the private and public sectors G4S Morocco Facility Services Division offers comprehensive support services. — “Home”, g4s.ma
  • Morocco News weekly news about Morocco today focusing on politics business news and opinion. Our mission is to provide our readership with a better understanding on the rapidly changing Morocco., Secular Morocco, Secular Islam, Secular Muslim. — “Morocco, Morocco Travel, Morocco Map, Morocco Weekly”,
  • Offers adventure travel tours to Morocco and Casablanca. With our Morocco tours, you can discover the magic of a sunset over the Sahara, or the colorful carnival of whirling dervishes, fire-eaters and magic makers in Marrakech. — “Morocco Travel Agency”, morocco-travel-

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  • Exotic Journey, Agadir, Morocco August 2009 Approaching Agadir, Morocco after a five hour drive from Marrakech, Morocco. Agadir is a beach area on the Atlantic seashore in Morocco. The drive was a bit treacherous, one lane each way carved through Desert Mountains. Just before our destination everything changed and the smell of sea salt in the air, beach sand in sight and rows of outdoor cafes made me want to remove my sweaty skin from the scorching front seat of the car and dive right into Agadir. Hop on in and take a ride with us as we approach the last moments on the road before our final destination for one week-the marina condominiums in Agadir. The Marina condos are literally right next to the actual Marina of Agadir. The complex is within walking distance of everything and is modern and cozy. The owners often rent to people and I would recommend considering the condos instead of a hotel. Come along a take a ride with us as we approach the condominium complex we stayed at during our one week at the beach.
  • Going green in Morocco Major celebrations to mark Earth Day's 40th anniversary are being held around the world this weekend. And for the first time, the organisers have selected an Arab city in North Africa to host some of the celebrations. Rabat in Morocco has been chosen because of the country's initiatives to set higher environmental standards and introduce a "Green Tax". Al Jazeera's Todd Baer reports. [April 24, 2010]
  • Marrakech, Morocco Here's a video of my trip to Marrakech, Morocco.
  • Morocco's National Anthem Fountain of Freedom Source of Light Where sovereignty and safety meet, Safety and sovereignty May you ever combine! You have lived among nations With title sublime, Filling each heart, Sung by each tongue, Your champion has risen And answered your call. In my mouth And in my blood Your breezes have stirred Both light and fire. Up! my brethren, Strive for the highest. We call to the world That we are here ready. We salute as our emblem God, Homeland, and King.
  • Bushcraft in Morocco Andrew treks in the Atlas Mountains in Morocco. He gives an insight into what he will cover in the new series of AZ of Bushcraft.
  • CHEFCHAOUEN / MOROCCO 2010 a day in CHEFCHAOUEN 2010 shot with Canon 5D2,EF24mm-F2.8,STEADICAM MERLIN ‪
  • Morocco Travel Doc - Part 02 Morocco (Berber word derived from Amur n'Akuch meaning land of god). (Arabic: المغرب‎ "al-Maghrib"), officially the Kingdom of Morocco[2] (Arabic: المملكة المغربية‎), is a country located in North Africa with a population of 33757175. It has a coast on the Atlantic Ocean that reaches past the Strait of Gibraltar into the Mediterranean Sea. Morocco has international borders with Algeria to the east, Spain to the north (a water border through the Strait and land borders with two small Spanish autonomous cities, Ceuta and Melilla), and Mauritania to the south via its Western Saharan territories. Morocco is the only country in Africa that is not currently a member of the African Union. However, it is a member of the Arab League, Arab Maghreb Union, Francophonie, Organization of the Islamic Conference, Mediterranean Dialogue group, and Group of 77. It is also a major non-NATO ally of the United States. Keywords: bbtv broadbandtv morocco travel tourist tourism vacation destinations beach rabat casablanca arab arabic kasbah king hassan mosque agadir essaouira fes marrakech meknes mohammadia oujda ouarzazar safi sale tangier tetouan sahara deser strait of gibraltar
  • Bizarre Foods - Morocco 1/7 Join Andrew Zimmern as he takes a culinary tour through Morocco where he finds everything from lamb's head to pigeon pie on the menu!
  • Road to Morocco The song from the film.
  • SURF: MOROCCO Long Gaping Wasteland Point: Dane and Pat Gadauskas, Christian Wach, Ricky Whitlock, Greg Long and MORE - Morocco at it's finest...And largest
  • Epic Fail Penalty Kick Morocco 2010 Vote here: bit.ly Epic fail by Goalkeeper or Referee? Goal or no goal? Morocco Soccer: Strangest Goal On A Penalty Kick. The latest Moroccan Soccer blooper has produced the most unexpected goal of the season, maybe the year. The Video is the shoot out between "Maghreb of Fez" and FAR of Rabat. The winner of the game advance to the quarter finals of Morocco's "Coupe du Throne".
  • First half highlights of Morocco vs Niger
  • Amazigh music from morocco 5 Amazigh music from morocco. To have more informations about morocco, Visit website :
  • Women in Morocco x.tv Women in Morocco are the topic of this program made available by the European Parliament
  • One Day in Marrakesh, Morocco Video montage of daily life in Marrakesh, Morocco, including scenes of snake charmers, henna painters, carpet dealers and musicians in the Djemma el-Fna Square and the surrounding souks and bazaars.
  • Morocco Travel Doc - Part 01 Morocco (Berber word derived from Amur n'Akuch meaning land of god). (Arabic: المغرب‎ "al-Maghrib"), officially the Kingdom of Morocco[2] (Arabic: المملكة المغربية‎), is a country located in North Africa with a population of 33757175. It has a coast on the Atlantic Ocean that reaches past the Strait of Gibraltar into the Mediterranean Sea. Morocco has international borders with Algeria to the east, Spain to the north (a water border through the Strait and land borders with two small Spanish autonomous cities, Ceuta and Melilla), and Mauritania to the south via its Western Saharan territories. Morocco is the only country in Africa that is not currently a member of the African Union. However, it is a member of the Arab League, Arab Maghreb Union, Francophonie, Organization of the Islamic Conference, Mediterranean Dialogue group, and Group of 77. It is also a major non-NATO ally of the United States. Keywords: bbtv broadbandtv morocco travel tourist tourism vacation destinations beach rabat casablanca arab arabic kasbah king hassan mosque agadir essaouira fes marrakech meknes mohammadia oujda ouarzazar safi sale tangier tetouan sahara deser strait of gibraltar
  • Journey through Morocco - Lonely Planet Travel Video Morocco has been attracting travellers for hundreds of years and this is a quick look at some of the best ways to soak up the country. Produced by Martin Watego for Lonelyplanet.tv
  • Princess Lalla salma of Morocco Princess Lalla Salma of Morocco, born Salma Bennani on May 10, 1978 is the Princess Consort of King Mohammed VI of Morocco and the first wife of a Moroccan ruler to have been publicly acknowledged and given a royal title. Salma was born in Fes, Morocco to a primary school teacher father. Her mother died when she was three years old; from then on she was raised by her maternal grandmother. She lived in Rabat with her cousin Saira, the two are commonly seen in public. She was educated in Rabat. Upon completing her primary education, she qualified for an honors program that was initiated by the Ministry of National Education, which resulted in her obtaining a baccalaureate in 1995 with science]] and was her class valedictorian. After as an information services engineer at the ONA Group, the country's largest private holding company, which is controlled by the Moroccan Royal Family. Salma married King Mohammed VI on March 21, 2002, at the Royal Palace in Rabat. They have two children: Crown Prince Moulay Hassan born May 8, 2003 Princess Lalla Khadija born February 28, 2007 Salma has kept quite a low profile as first lady of Morocco, although a much more public one than her antecessors in the role, who the citizens did never see. She has been supporting cancer associations and the Fez Sacred Music Festival. She also met quite a number of foreign royalty during official visits to Morocco where she was the host to them or royal gatherings such as Queen Rania of Jordan, Queen ...
  • Malka Sees Possible Unrest in Algeria, Morocco, Jordan Feb. 7 (Bloomberg) -- Haim Malka, deputy director and a senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, talks about the political protests in Egypt and the potential for further unrest in the Middle East. Malk also discusses Egypt's economy. He talks with Pimm Fox on Bloomberg Television's "Taking Stock." (Source: Bloomberg)
  • FEZ Morocco In the early and late Middle Ages, the royal city of Fez was the capital of Morocco. Where two of the most important trading routes from the Sahara to the Mediterranean crossed, a follower of the prophet Mohammed established Fez in a delightful river valley. In the old walled town of Medina in which Muslim belief is omnipresent, everyone lives within easy listening distance of a minaret and also the relentless babble of traders and craftsmen. Through the old city gate of Bab Boujeloud is entered the exotic world of the Arab-Islam Middle Ages. The beautifully restored inner courtyards of the city palaces show the splendour of Spanish-Moorish architecture.Arabesque wall decorations and floor mosaics represent 1200 years of Muslim belief and reflect the cultural prosperity enjoyed by this royal city whose historic past today intermingles with aromatic aromas, a wealth of craftsmen, and the smell of dough-cake as baked in the time of Roman occupation.
  • Walls of Shame: Morocco/Spain - 12 Nov 07 - Ep 2 - Part 1 The physical, religious and economic walls seperating Africa from fortress Europe.
  • Morocco Morocco !! a slideshow about my beautiful country Morocco
  • Morocco Stuff (This video may not reflect the real Morocco!) Morocco, dance,
  • Morocco Travel Doc - Part 08 Morocco (Berber word derived from Amur n'Akuch meaning land of god). (Arabic: المغرب‎ "al-Maghrib"), officially the Kingdom of Morocco[2] (Arabic: المملكة المغربية‎), is a country located in North Africa with a population of 33757175. It has a coast on the Atlantic Ocean that reaches past the Strait of Gibraltar into the Mediterranean Sea. Morocco has international borders with Algeria to the east, Spain to the north (a water border through the Strait and land borders with two small Spanish autonomous cities, Ceuta and Melilla), and Mauritania to the south via its Western Saharan territories. Morocco is the only country in Africa that is not currently a member of the African Union. However, it is a member of the Arab League, Arab Maghreb Union, Francophonie, Organization of the Islamic Conference, Mediterranean Dialogue group, and Group of 77. It is also a major non-NATO ally of the United States. Keywords: bbtv broadbandtv morocco travel tourist tourism vacation destinations beach rabat casablanca arab arabic kasbah king hassan mosque agadir essaouira fes marrakech meknes mohammadia oujda ouarzazar safi sale tangier tetouan sahara deser strait of gibraltar
  • hashish production in morocco hashish producer shows all the process of making hashish: growing, sun drying, powder making and top quality "zero-zero" product making.
  • Charming Chefchaouen, Morocco Chefchaouen was initially a base for Riffian berber tribes from which attacks on Portuguese Ceuta were made. After the fall of Granada in 1492 there was a wave of Muslim and Jewish refugees that flooded into Morocco. Here they introduced a distinct Andalusian architectural style including tiled roofs, hanging balconies, and courtyards. The result is breathtaking. Narrow cobbled-stoned streets meander through a maze of blue. Thankfully dead end alleys are painted white which is incredibly helpful when getting around. The main square, the Plaza Uta el-Hammam, is the town social center with cafes and restaurants across from the Grand Mosque and newly restored Kasbah. This is the best and cheapest place to eat. It was our first taste of Morocco. Chefchaouen is also a great place to shop. Wood crafts and berber jewelery is prolific and made locally, but the the wool garments and rugs are the speciality here. Our accommodation was on a rooftop terrace with excellent views of the Plaza Uta -el Hammam and the Kasbah. After it cools a bit, heading out of the western gate to the falls makes for a pleasant walk. There are some great hikes into the Rif mountains from Chefchaouen, if you are a little less ambitious there is a trail up to the ruined Mosque that affords some great views of the town.
  • Fez, morocco Once the capital city of Morocco, Fez is awash with bustling markets. Toby will go in search of a few bargains, and explore (or rather get lost in) this beautiful old city.
  • Morocco - Agadir - TV Traveller Agadir is a city in southwest Morocco. The city is located on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean. Agadir is an important fishing and commercial port. It is also a famous seaside resort with a long sandy beach. Algeria borders Morocco to the east and southeast though the border between the two countries has been closed since 1994. There are also four Spanish enclaves on the Mediterranean coast: Ceuta, Melilla, Peñón de Vélez de la Gomera, Peñón de Alhucemas, and the Chafarinas islands, as well as the disputed islet Perejil. Off the Atlantic coast the Canary Islands belong to Spain, whereas Madeira to the north is Portuguese. To the north, Morocco is bordered by and controls part of the Strait of Gibraltar, giving it power over the waterways in and out of the Mediterranean sea. The Rif mountains occupy the region bordering the Mediterranean from the north-west to the north-east. The Atlas Mountains run down the backbone of the country, from the south west to the north east. Most of the south east portion of the country is in the Sahara Desert and as such is generally sparsely populated and unproductive economically. Most of the population lives to the north of these mountains, while to the south is the desert. To the south, lies the Western Sahara, a former Spanish colony that was annexed by Morocco in 1975 (see Green March). Morocco claims that the Western Sahara is part of its territory and refers to that as its Southern Provinces.
  • Morocco, Maroc, Marruecos מרוקו المغرب Photos from Morocco, Marrakesh/Marrakech, Casablanca, Rabat, Fes, Meknes, Tangiers.. etc Chanson/Music by Pinhas Cohen
  • Paul Morocco & Olé Latin Music & Flamenco Comedy
  • Morocco Traveler HD INFO ON LOCATIONS BELOW - Shot in HDV at 1080i with a Sony HC9 and Daiwa DST-1 lightweight tripod. The only accessory is a wide angle adaptor. If you are interested in making good vacation videos I highly recommend you carry a tripod. The opening scenes are of a ancient village called Ait-Ben-Haddou This ksar, a group of earthen buildings surrounded by high walls, is a traditional pre-Saharan habitat. The houses crowd together within the defensive walls, which are reinforced by corner towers. Ait-Ben-Haddou, in Ouarzazate province, is a striking example of the architecture of southern Morocco. Alt-Ben Haddou was also used as a location in Ridley Scott's Gladiator. The desert scenes were shot in the Sahara just outside Merzouga. Overnight Camel rides are offered in Merzouga. The donkey parking lot was filmed at the Asni market at the foot of the Atlas Mountains. This is followed by scenes from the Atlas mountains shot from very cool eco-lodge known as kasbah du toubkal just up from the village of imlil. The sunset water scenes were filmmed in Essaouira on the Atlantic Coast. The post sunset town seen is Fez. The POV shot walking through a dark Casbah Alley is in marrakech. You can also see this footage in the music video we made while we there
  • Larache, Morocco Larache and other northern cities, Morocco A video Fom Alboproduccion
  • Tangier. Morocco. Tangier is a city of northern Morocco with a population of about 700000 (2008 census). It lies on the North African coast at the western entrance to the Strait of Gibraltar where the Mediterranean meets the Atlantic Ocean off Cape Spartel. It is the capital of the Tangier-Tétouan Region. The history of Tangier is very rich due to the historical presence of many civilizations and cultures starting from the 5th century BC. Between the period of being a Phoenician town to the independence era around the 1950s, Tangier was a place —and, sometimes a refuge— for many cultural diversities. However, it wasn't until 1923 that Tangier was attributed an international status by foreign colonial powers, thus becoming a destination for many Europeans and non-Europeans alike such as Americans and Indians. Nowadays, the city is undergoing rapid development and modernization. Projects include new 5-star hotels along the bay, a modern business district called Tangier City Center, a new airport terminal and a new soccer stadium. Tangier's economy will also benefit greatly from the new Tanger-med port.
  • Bizarre Foods: Mystery Meat in Morocco Get more "Bizarre" at ... Andrew Zimmern samples a mystery meat specialty known as "K'lia" in Morocco.
  • Visit Morocco A video from the Moroccan Tourism Authority
  • Marrakech, Morocco The hustle and bustle of Marrakech. See snake charmers, souks, mint tea and some of the sights.
  • Marlene Dietrich in Morocco Marlene Dietrich sings dressed as a man in Josef Von Sternberg's "Morocco" (1930)
  • Ricardo Teixeira Airborne Crash - Marrakech, Morocco. Onboard with Paul Rees..flv Footage of Ricardo Teixeira's huge airborne crash in the second race at Marrakech, Morocco, from the onboard perspective of Paul Rees.
  • Travel Morocco Morocco Travel- TravelVideoPostCard Morocco is a very tolerant country. Morocco is full of exotic places and beauty. Morocco is about romance. Morocco is magical. Morocco is about adventure travel. Morocco has names like Casablanca, Fez, Marrakesch. Morocco is music. This Travel Video PostCard is about the music of Morocco and the food and beauty of Morocco. This Travel Video PostCard on Morocco is about the markets of Morocco, the fabled souks of Morocco. This Travel Video PostCard on Morocco in North Africa is not about Islam or intolerant Islamic Fundamentalists. This Travel Video PostCard is about the color and activity of Morocco, about the bright oranges and delicious street food of the markets of Morocco. Morocco is its souks, crowded, colorful open-air markets where everything is sold or bought there from camels and spices to herbs, gold and rugs. Morocco welcomes travelers and Morocco is inexpensive. Travelers to Morocco love their experiences in Morocco. You won't find heroes from the movie classic Casablanca anywhere in Morocco. But if Bergman and Bogart aren't there, the kingdom of Morocco is still an exotic, safe and exciting place for to visit with our Travel Video PostCard for adventure travel and culture. Morocco is close to Europe and the French influence is still felt in Morocco.
  • Family Travel in Medieval Fez, Morocco John and Cara with their baby Abi visit the medieval city of Fez, Morocco. Walking through the gates inside the medina is like stepping back in time 400 years ago. Little has changed and there are wonders at every turn. John, Cara, and Abi visit the souks, a medersa, and the remarkable Chouara Tanneries.