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See also The Menara gardens are located to the west of Marrakech, Morocco, at the gates of the Atlas mountains. Moroccan style is a new trend in decoration which has been made popular by the vogue of Riads renovation in Marrakech. A Riad (رياض is a traditional Moroccan house or palace with an interior garden Tadelakt is a bright nearly waterproof lime plaster which can be used on the inside of buildings and on the outside Zellige (الزليج (also Zellidj, Zillij, Zellij) is Terra cotta Tilework covered with enamel in the form of chips set Ali Zaoua Prince of the Streets is a 2000 Moroccan crime drama film that tells the story of some homeless boys Casablanca ( is an American Romantic drama film directed by Michael Curtiz, starring Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman and Marock is the 2005 Moroccan film by the female Muslim director Laila Marrakchi. Morocco is a 1930 film in which a Foreign Legionnaire meets and falls in love with a sultry seductress Many foreign films have been shot in Morocco. The first were by the French film pioneer Louis Lumière. The Amazigh Film Festival ( Amazigh: Tafaska n Ufilm Amazigh) is a non-governmental and independent film festival organized by Amazigh cultural associations and independent The Gnaoua World Music Festival is a Gnawa music festival held annually in Essaouira, Morocco. Tanjazz is an international Jazz Festival held annually in Tangier, Morocco since the year 2000. The Festival of World Sacred Music (Festival des Musiques Sacrées du Monde brings together performers from every corner of our planet for a week of artistic show in Fes, Moroccan literature is a Literature written in (Moroccan Arabic, Berber or French, and of course particularly by people of Morocco This list is about Writers from Morocco. For writers from Andalusia see after Z. Chaïbia Talal ( الشعيبية طلال) ( 1929 - April 2, 2004) AR) --> was an Autodidact Moroccan Mohamed Hamri (1932 - 2000 commonly known as Hamri also called himself Hamri the Painter of Morocco. Morocco is inhabited mostly by Arabs along with Berbers and other minorities Andalusian classical music (or Arabo-Andalusian music, moussiqua al-âla) is a style of Arabic music found across North Africa, though it evolved Andalusi nubah ( أندلسي نوبة) is a genre found in the North African Maghrib states of Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia Bachir Attar is the founder and leader of Master Musicians of Jajouka Featuring Bachir Attar. The bendir ( Arabic: بندير; plural banadir, بنادير; also called erbeni or arbani The Berbers are an Ethnic group in North and West Africa. Their music is widely varying across the area they inhabit but is best known for its place in Chaabi, also known as Chaâbi, Sha-bii, or Sha'bii, refers to two different Music genres in North Africa: Algerian Gnawa music is a mixture of African Berber, and Arabic religious songs and rhythms Guembri ( الكمبري is a generic name for Berber lutes It is made of one wooden-carved piece and covered with goatskin to form the body Jil Jilala is a Moroccan musical group which rose to prominence in the 1970s among the movement created by Nass El Ghiwane and Lem Chaheb Krakebs or garagab (قراقب also transliterated as qaraqib or qraqib, singular qarqaba (قرقبة are large metal Castanet Malhun is also a city in Lebanon. Malhun (or Milhûn in Arabic الملحون) meaning the melodic poem is a Moroccan The Master Musicians of Joujouka are Sufi Trance Musicians most famous for their connections with the Beat Generation and the Morocco has entered the Eurovision Song Contest only once at the Eurovision Song Contest 1980 in The Hague, the Netherlands. Nass el Ghiwane,ناس الغيوان is a musical group appeared in the late 60's in Morocco. Nass Marrakech (ناس مراكش is a Gnawa music group formed in 1991. This article is about the music of the Sephardic Jews For the main article on secular Jewish music see Secular Jewish music. The following is an outline of communications technology in Morocco. The Moroccan chapter of the Internet Society (or MISOC) is a Non-governmental association and is part of the global Internet Society Maroc Telecom (اتصالات المغرب Itissalatt Al Maghreb; Acronym: IAM) is the main Telecommunication company in Morocco Méditel (or Médi Télécom) is one of three licensed Telecommunications operators in Morocco. Menara is a subsidiary company of Maroc Telecom. It is the principal Internet service provider in Morocco. Mincom is the Ministry of Communications for the Government of Morocco. ONPT (Office National des Postes et Télécommunications (National Posts and Telecommunication Board was a Moroccan State-owned -industrial and economic institution Postal codes in Morocco consist of five digits which indicate the wider area (first 2 digits and the postal district (last 3 digits The British post offices in Morocco, also known as the "Morocco Agencies", were a system of Post offices operated by the United Kingdom in The first Moroccan Postal stamps were emitted in 1891 by companies which managed only one correspondence between two cities each one Their stamps were of poor This is a List of fish on stamps of Morocco See also Postal history of Morocco List of postal codes in Morocco Culture of Morocco - Morocco is a country of multi-ethnic groups with a rich Culture and Civilization. Djemaa el Fna ( Arabic: جامع الفناء jâmiʻ al-fanâʼ) is a square and Market place in Marrakesh 's Medina quarter Forbes Museum of Tangier was a museum founded by the American billionaire and publisher of Forbes magazine, Malcolm Forbes, in Tangier The Museum of Marrakech is a Museum in the old center of Marrakech. Most Moroccans are Sunni Muslims of Berber, Arab or mixed Arab-Berber stock Beni Ḥassān ( Arabic: بني حسان "sons of Ḥassān" was a Bedouin group one of several Yemeni Maqil Arab Ait (or Bani Ouriaghel (also called Ait Waryaghar in Tarifit other variants include Ait Waryaguil and Ait Uriaghel Berbers are the indigenous peoples of North Africa west of the Nile Valley. The Chleuh people (or Shleuh: the 'ch' is the French equivalent of the English 'sh' native name 'ašəlḥi' pl Morocco 's economy is considered a relatively Liberal economy governed by the law of supply and demand. Attijariwafa Bank is the largest Bank in Morocco and the third one in Africa. The Bank Al-Maghrib is the Central bank of the Kingdom of Morocco. BMCE Bank ( Acronym in Banque Marocaine du Commerce Extérieur is a large Commercial bank in Morocco. BMCI ( Acronym in Banque Marocaine du Commerce et de l'Industrie is a Bank based in Morocco. Banque Commerciale du Maroc or BCM was a bank founded in 1911 in Morocco The Casablanca Stock Exchange ( La Bourse de Casablanca) is a Stock exchange in Casablanca, Morocco. This is a list of companies from Morocco. A-B C-E Carnaud Cartier Saada The MADEX index ( Moroccan Most Active Shares Index) is a Stock index that comprises most active shares listed continuously in the Casablanca Stock Exchange The MASI index ( M oroccan A ll S hares I ndex) is a Stock index that tracks the performance of all companies listed in the Wana (formerly Maroc Connect) (established in 1999) is the third main Telecommunication company in Morocco. The dirham (درهم plural درهمان, دراهم or درهما is the currency of Morocco. The franc (فرنك was the currency of French Morocco from 1921 The US-Morocco Free Trade Agreement (or Morocco FTA) is a Bilateral Trade agreement between the United States and Morocco. Wafa Bank is a defunct Private bank in Morocco. A fusion with Banque Commerciale du Maroc gave birth to Attijariwafa Bank. Marjane (also Marjane holding) is a Moroccan Hypermarket chain Tangier Exportation Free Zone is a free economic zone located south of Tangier, Morocco. Al Akhawayn University or AUI ( جامعة الأخوين, literally meaning The Two Brothers' University referring to the King of Saudi Arabia The University of Al-Karaouine or Al-Qarawiyyin (جامعة القرويين (other transliterations of the name include Qarawiyin Kairouyine Kairaouine Qairawiyin Qaraouyine The École Hassania des Travaux Publics ("Hassania School of Public Labour" or Ehtp, is one of the Moroccan's oldest engineering school and remains to this day The ISCAE (Institut supérieur de commerce et d'administration des entreprisesis a business school in Casablanca, Morocco. The Ben Youssef Madrassa was an Islamic college in Marrakech and was named after the amoravid Sultan Ali ibn Yusuf (reigned 1106–1142 The École Normale Hébraïque (Jewish Normal School is a Jewish Secondary school in Casablanca, Morocco, opened in 1945 Lycée Lyautey is the name of a High school belonging to the French Mission in Casablanca, Morocco. Mohammed V University ( Rabat, Morocco) was founded in 1957 under a royal decree ( Dahir) Mohammed V University at Agdal ( Agdal, Rabat, Morocco) is a Moroccan University which was founded in 1957 by splitting Mohammed Mohammed V University at Souissi ( Souissi, Rabat, Morocco) is a Moroccan University which was founded in 1993 by splitting Mohammed The Rabat American School (RAS is an independent college preparatory day school located in Rabat the capital of Morocco Introduction The American School of Tangier (founded in 1950 is an independent private school located at 149 Rue Christophe Colomb Tangier, Morocco Bibliothèque Générale et Archives is the National library of Morocco. Sup De Co Marrakech (also École supérieure de commerce de Marrakech) is a private business school based in Marrakech, Morocco. Moroccan cuisine is one of the most diversified cuisines in the world The Argan ( Argania spinosa, syn A sideroxylon Roem & Schult is a species of Tree endemic to the calcareous semi-desert Chermoula or Charmoula is a Marinade used in Algerian Moroccan and Tunisian cooking For the possum species see Cuscus Couscous or kuskus as it is known in Morocco Algeria Tunisia and Libya (ˈkuːskuːs in the US /ˈkʊskʊs/ Harira is the traditional Maghreb soup (Morocco and Algeria) It is usually eaten during dinner in the Muslim holy month of Ramadan to break the This is a list of dishes in the Cuisine of Morocco. Main dishes Drinks Desserts Moroccan tea culture (اتاي - Ataí) is defined by the way Tea (exclusively Green tea) is prepared and consumed in Morocco, where it is widely Bastilla redirects here For the Moth Genus, see Bastilla (moth. Ras el hanout ( Arabic: رأس الحانوت) is a popular blend of Herbs and Spices that is used across the Middle East A tajine or tagine (tɑːˈʒiːn Arabic: طاجين tˁaːdʒiːn is a type of dish found in the North African cuisines of Morocco,which Introduction Morocco is a Northern African country bordering the North Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, between Algeria The Atlas Mountains ( Kabyle: Idurar n leṭles جبال الأطلس) is a Mountain range across a northern stretch of Africa extending about 2400 Cape Juby ( رأس جوبي, pronounced Ra's Juby in Arabic is a cape on the coast of southern Morocco, near its border with Cape Spartel (رأس سبارتيل is a promontory in Morocco about 1000 feet above sea level at the entrance to the Strait of Gibraltar, some km West Chellah, or Chella, (شالة is a Necropolis and complex of ancient and Medieval Ruins that lie on the outskirts of Rabat, Lixus is the site of an ancient city located in Morocco just north of the modern seaport of Larache on the bank of the Loukkos River. For the Eleventh Century Talmudist see Isaac Alfasi The Rif ( Berber: Arabic:جبال الريف is a mainly mountainous Tamuda is an archaeological site in Morocco situated near Tetouan. Todra Gorge (Gorges du Todra تدرة جورج is situated on the remote east side of the High Atlas Mountains in Morocco. Volubilis (وليلي Walili) is an archaeological site in Morocco situated near Meknes between Fez and Rabat along the The Capsian culture brought Morocco into the Neolithic about 8000 BC at a time when the Maghreb was less arid than it is today The Algeciras Conference of 1906 took place in Algeciras Spain, and lasted from January 16 to April 7. Ameziane museum is a private Museum opened in Nador, Morocco in May 2006 The Army of Liberation ( French, Armée de Libération, Arabic, jayshu-t-tahrīr, Spanish Ejercito de Liberacion) was a force The Battle of Alcácer Quibir (variant spellings are legion Alcácer-Quivir Al Quasr al-kibr Alcazarquivir Alcassar and so on meaning grand palace in Arabic The Battle of Azamor took place in Morocco, on August 28 and 29 of 1513 between the Portuguese and the Moors under the Wattasid dynasty The Battle of Marrakech was fought on August 23, 1908, between Moroccan forces and the forces of the rebel Mulay Hafid. The Battle of Tondibi was the decisive confrontation in Morocco 's sixteenth-century invasion of the Songhai Empire. The so-called Berber Dahir is a Dahir (decree created by French protectorate in Morocco in May 16, 1930. Goumier is a term used for Moroccan soldiers who served in auxiliary units attached to the French Army, between 1908 and 1956 Greater Morocco is a label used predominantly by critical sources largely in discussing the disputed Western Sahara to describe official and unofficial Moroccan In the history of Morocco, there have been a few attempts to establish Republican forms of government Moor refugees from Andalusia The First Moroccan Crisis (also known as the Tangier Crisis) was the International crisis over the colonial status of Morocco between March 1905 and May List of Colonial Heads of French Morocco See also Colonial heads of Spanish Morocco Spanish protectorate of Morocco (حماية إسبانيا في المغرب (Protectorado español de Marruecos was the area of Morocco under colonial rule by the The Green March was a strategic mass demonstration in November 1975 coordinated by the Moroccan government to force Spain to hand over the disputed autonomous semi-metropolitan The Ifni War, sometimes called the Forgotten War in Spain ( la Guerra Olvidada) was a series of armed incursions into Spanish West Africa by The Kingdom of Nekor (مملكة نكور was an emirate in the Rif area of modern day Morocco, with its capital initially at Temsaman but later The Moroccan-American Treaty of Friendship was signed by Thomas Jefferson and the Moroccan king Muhammad III in 1786 The Republic of the Rif (full name The Confederal Republic of the Tribes of the Rif) ( Amazigh: Tagduda n Arif, جمهورية الريف was created The Rif War of 1920, also called the Second Moroccan War, was fought between Spain (later assisted by France) and the Moroccan Rif The Sand War or Sands War occurred along the Algerian Moroccan border in October 1963 and was a Moroccan attempt to claim the Tindouf and the The Agadir Crisis, also called the Second Moroccan Crisis, was the international tension sparked by the deployment of the German gunboat ''Panther'' Spanish protectorate of Morocco (حماية إسبانيا في المغرب (Protectorado español de Marruecos was the area of Morocco under colonial rule by the The First Moroccan Crisis (also known as the Tangier Crisis) was the International crisis over the colonial status of Morocco between March 1905 and May Tangier Protocol is an agreement signed between France, Spain and the United Kingdom by which Tangier, Morocco became an International By the Treaty of Fez (معاهدة فاس signed March 30, 1912, Sultan Abdelhafid gave up the Sovereignty of Morocco The history of Western Sahara can be traced back to the times of Carthaginian explorer Hanno the Navigator on the 5th century BCE Years of Lead may refer to The Brazilian military dictatorship ( anos de chumbo) from 1964 to 1985 Years of Lead (Italy ( Morocco’s human rights record is mixed On the one hand Morocco has made considerable improvements since the repressive Years of Lead under King Conseil Consultatif des Droits de l’Homme ( CCDH) (المجلس الإستشاري لحقوق الإنسان is a Moroccan governmental Human rights body Law against gays Article 489 of the Penal Code of Morocco criminalizes “lewd or unnatural acts with an individual of the same sex Mudawana ( مدونة) is the family code of Morocco. Based on the Maliki school of Sunni Islam, the code has been praised Al Wifaq ( الوفاق) was a Moroccan Jewish Nationalist organization promoting coexistence between Jews and Muslim communities in Association Marocaine des Droits de l'Homme (AMDH (الجمعية المغربية لحقوق الإنسان is a Moroccan Non-profit Human rights The Royal institute of the Amazigh culture ( Institut royal de la culture amazighe - Acronym: IRCAM) (In Neo-Tifinagh "ⴰⵙⵉⵏⴰⴳ ⴰⴳⵍⴷⴰⵏ Makhzen (مخزِن is a Moroccan Arabic term for the governing Elite in Morocco, centered around the king and consisting of royal notables businessmen Tazmamart was a secret prison in south-eastern Morocco at the Atlas Mountains, holding political prisoners Years of Lead may refer to The Brazilian military dictatorship ( anos de chumbo) from 1964 to 1985 Years of Lead (Italy ( The Atlas languages, or more exactly Moroccan Atlas languages, are a subgroup of the Northern Berber languages spoken in the Atlas Mountains of Moroccan Arabic (also known as Darija, الدارجة) is the variety of Arabic spoken in the Arabic -speaking areas of Morocco Nomenclature The term Berber has been used in Europe since at least the 17th century and is still used today The language of the Ghomara is a Northern Berber language. While included in the Zenati subgroup by some sources (such as the Ethnologue) it Judeo-Berber is a term used primarily for the Berber varieties traditionally spoken by the Jewish communities of certain parts of central and southern Morocco According to the Ethnologue, the Rif languages are a genetic subgroup of the Zenati languages including two Languages and dialects spoken in the Rif The language of the Senhaja de Srair is a Northern Berber language spoken in the southern part of the Moroccan Rif. The Atlas languages, or more exactly Moroccan Atlas languages, are a subgroup of the Northern Berber languages spoken in the Atlas Mountains of Rifi redirects here for the location of the same name in Greece, see Rifi Greece Tarifit is a Northern Berber language Tashelhiyt (also Tashelhit or Tachelhit or Tachelhiyt or Shilha, native name tašlḥiyt, French: tachelhit History Early history The first Newspaper to appear in Morocco was an English weekly called "Maghreb Al Aksa" in 1877 Newpapers in Morocco are primarily published in Arabic and French, and to a lesser extent in Berber, English, and Spanish. 2M TV is a Moroccan TV service established by the largest Moroccan economic conglomerate ONA before being sold to the Moroccan state Assahifa Al Ousbouia (for The Weekly Paper) is an Arabic language weekly magazine in Morocco. Attajdid is a Moroccan newspaper of a generally Muslim conservative stance with close ties with Justice and Development Party. Le Journal Hebdomadaire ( French for The Weekly Journal; often shortened to Le Journal Hebdo) is a French language Maghreb Arab Press (known as MAP in French, Maghreb Arabe Presse is a Moroccan official News agency founded in May 31, 1959 by MEDI 1 (also known as Radio Méditerranée Internationale), is a private, commercial Moroccan Radio network owned by various banks The Morocco Times was an English language Moroccan Internet -based Newspaper, the first of its kind OJD Morocco ( Acronym for French Organisme de Justification de la Diffusion) is an Audit bureau of circulations of the commercial Print media TelQuel (for as is) ( Slogan: Morocco as it is) is a French-language Moroccan weekly Magazine. The military history of Morocco covers a vast time period and complex events General Sir Harry Aubrey de Vere Maclean (Kaïd, KCMG (1848 - 1920 was a Scottish soldier and instructor to the Moroccan Army. "Blackguard" or "Antipaladin" can also refer to a particular Dungeons & Dragons prestige class. This article is about the aerobatic team For the march toward Western Sahara, please visit Green March Marche The Royal Moroccan Armed Forces is the summation of the armed forces of the kingdom of Morocco. Moroccan Royal Guard is the official Royal Guard of Morocco. The Royal Guard is officially part of the Royal Moroccan Army, however it is under the direct The Order of Ouissam Alaouite or the Royal Order of Al-Alaoui is a military decoration of Morocco which is bestowed by the King of Morocco upon those The Royal Moroccan Air Force (RMAF (Arabic القوات الجوية الملكية المغربية; transliterated 'al-Quwwat al-Jaoiyah al-Malakiyah al-Maghribiyah French The Sand War or Sands War occurred along the Algerian Moroccan border in October 1963 and was a Moroccan attempt to claim the Tindouf and the This is a list of notable Moroccans. Activists Abraham Serfaty Christine Daure-Serfaty Politics of Morocco take place in a framework of a parliamentary Constitutional monarchy, whereby the Prime Minister of Morocco is the Head of government The Baker Plan (formally Peace Plan for Self-Determination of the People of Western Sahara) is a United Nations initiative to grant Self-determination The Royal Advisory Council for Saharan Affairs (المجلس الملكي الاستشاري للشؤون الصحراوية or Corcas, from the French abbreviation Politics of Morocco take place in a framework of a parliamentary Constitutional monarchy, whereby the Prime Minister of Morocco is the Head of government Elections in Morocco are held on a national level for the Legislature. Parliamentary elections were held in Morocco on 7 September 2007, the second of King Mohammed VI 's reign Morocco maintains close relations with the European Union, especially the former colonial rulers France and Spain. The relationship between Morocco and the European Union was established some decades ago Morocco’s human rights record is mixed On the one hand Morocco has made considerable improvements since the repressive Years of Lead under King The Houston Agreement was the result of negotiations between the Polisario Front and Morocco on the organization of a Referendum, which would constitute Political parties in Morocco lists Political parties in Morocco. Heads of the US Legation at Tangier (1906-1917 Heads of the U Makhzen (مخزِن is a Moroccan Arabic term for the governing Elite in Morocco, centered around the king and consisting of royal notables businessmen Tazmamart was a secret prison in south-eastern Morocco at the Atlas Mountains, holding political prisoners This is a partial list of rulers in Morocco, including the historical precursors to the modern state The present King of Morocco is Mohammed VI. Article 20 of the of the Moroccan constitution of 1996 states that the Moroccan Crown and the constitutional rights thereof shall The Parliament of Morocco is located in Rabat, the capital of Morocco. The Assembly of Councillors ( Majlis al-Mustasharin) is the upper house of the Parliament of Morocco and has 270 members elected for a nine year term The Moroccan Parliament has two chambers. The Assembly of Representatives (مجلس النواب Majlis al-Nuwab, Assemblée des Répresentants has 325 Heads of government Affiliations MDS = Democratic and Social Movement (Mouvement Démocratique et SocialMNP = National The Prime Minister (رئيس الوزراء is the head of the government of Morocco but the Prime Minister is appointed by the King of Morocco as the Monarch is The Judiciary of Morocco is an independent branch of the Moroccan government, subject only to the Moroccan Constitution. Dahir is a Moroccan King 's Decree. List of Dahirs August 12, 1913 - Criminal proceedings Amir al-Mu'minin ( Arabic أمير المؤمنين Latinized as Miramolinus hence Italian Miramolino usually translated Commander of the Faithful Church of Saint Andrew, (Rue d'Angleterre 50 Socco Tangier, Morocco) is an Anglican church consecrated in 1905 Christianity in Morocco appeared since the Roman times Before the arrival of Islam in the 8th century, Berber Christians had The Hassan II Mosque (مسجد الحسن الثاني is a Mosque located in Casablanca, Morocco. Moroccan Jews constitute an ancient community Before the founding of Israel in 1948, there were about 250000 Jews in the country but fewer The Koutoubia Mosque ( جامع الكتبية is the largest Mosque in Marrakech, Morocco. The Roman Catholic Habous (also Houbous) (الحبوس is an Islamic term related to land property Legislation in the Muslim world Casablanca Technopark is an Information technology Business cluster complex located at Casablanca, Morocco. Culture of Morocco - Morocco is a country of multi-ethnic groups with a rich Culture and Civilization. Mudawana ( مدونة) is the family code of Morocco. Based on the Maliki school of Sunni Islam, the code has been praised The Royal institute of the Amazigh culture ( Institut royal de la culture amazighe - Acronym: IRCAM) (In Neo-Tifinagh "ⴰⵙⵉⵏⴰⴳ ⴰⴳⵍⴷⴰⵏ Al Wifaq ( الوفاق) was a Moroccan Jewish Nationalist organization promoting coexistence between Jews and Muslim communities in Association Marocaine des Droits de l'Homme (AMDH (الجمعية المغربية لحقوق الإنسان is a Moroccan Non-profit Human rights Moroccan Nationality law is the subject of the Moroccan Dahir ( Decree) of September 6 1958 official Bulletin Number 2394 GNF 2 ( Groupement National de Football 2) is the second division of the Moroccan Football League behind the GNF 1, the highest football league The Morocco national football team ( Arabic: منتخب المغرب لكرة القدم nicknamed أسود الأطلس (Lions of the Atlas, is the national The Moroccan football league system is a series of interconnected leagues for football clubs in Morocco. The Morocco women's national football team represents Morocco in international women's football and is controlled by the Royal Moroccan Football Federation The Moroccan Grand Prix was a Grand Prix motor racing event begun in 1925 in Casablanca, Morocco with the official denomination The Moroccan Open was a European Tour Golf tournament which was held in 1987 and annually from 1992 to 2001 The Marathon des Sables (MDS (Marathon of the Sands is a six-day 254 km (156 mi Ultramarathon, which is an equivalent to five and 1/2 regular Marathons The Morocco competed at the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, West Germany. Morocco competed at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, United States. Morocco competed at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain. Morocco competed at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, United States. Morocco competed at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Valerie, Australia. Morocco competed at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece. The Royal Moroccan Rugby Federation (Fédération Royale Marocaine de Rugby is the governing body for Rugby union in Morocco. The Morocco national rugby league team has been participating in international competition since 1995 The Grand Prix SAR La Princesse Lalla Meryem is a Tennis Tournament held in Fes (The past 2 years was played in Rabat, and prior to 2005 One of the main functions of the International Court of Justice (ICJ is to provide Advisory Opinions - non-binding legal interpretations admitted by United Nations organs The plazas de soberanía ("places of sovereignty" formerly referred as "África Septentrional Española" (Spanish North Africa or simply "África For the Eleventh Century Talmudist see Isaac Alfasi The Rif ( Berber: Arabic:جبال الريف is a mainly mountainous The Southern Provinces or Moroccan Sahara are the Moroccan names for Western Sahara in reference to the provinces of Río de Oro and Saguia el-Hamra MINURSO is the United Nations Peacekeeping mission in Western Sahara. Western Sahara ( Arabic: الصحراء الغربية; transliterated: as-Ṣaḥrā' al-Gharbīyah; Sahara Occidental is a territory The 2003 Casablanca bombings were a series of Suicide bombings on May 16, 2003, in Casablanca, Morocco. The 2007 Casablanca bombings refer to a series of Suicide bombings in March and April 2007 in Casablanca, Morocco. The Moroccan Islamic Combatant Group or Moroccan Islamic Fighting Group is a Sunni Islamist terrorist organization affiliated with Al-Qaeda. Maps UN Map Railways 1907 km standard-gauge 1003 km electrified with 3 kV DC The Société Nationale des Autoroutes du Maroc (ADM is the Morocco 's national authority for the management of over 850 km of Moroccan expressways. Air Atlas Express was a charter Airline based in Morocco. It started operations on December 20, 2002, and ceased Atlas Blue is a low-cost airline based in Marrakech, Morocco. Borac (or Borac Laraki) (البراق is the Brand name of a Moroccan Sportscar. Compagnie de Transports au Maroc (or CTM) is a Morocco Transport Company. Fulgura (or Fulgura Laraki) (فولغورا is the Brand name of the first Arab African and Moroccan Sports car. Jet4you is a low-cost airline based in Casablanca, Morocco. It operates services between Moroccan cities and destinations in France, Belgium Laraki is a Moroccan manufacturer company of luxurious high-performance sport cars Mohammed V International Airport ( French: Aéroport international Mohammed V ( Arabic: مطار محمد الخامس الدولي transliterated Morocco' s network of expressways is administered by the state-owned company Autoroutes du Maroc (ADM ONCF or ONCFM (in French - O ffice N ational des C hemins de F er du M aroc National Office for Railways of ONDA ( Acronym for Office National Des Aéroports) is the Moroccan airport operator and administrator The Port of Casablanca (ميناء الدار البيضاء refers to the collective facilities and terminals that conduct Maritime trade handling functions in Royal Air Maroc (commonly called RAM) is the Flag carrier Airline of Morocco, based in Casablanca. The 1960 Agadir Earthquake took place on February 29, 1960, at 2340 in the evening The American Legation, located at 8 Zankat America (Rue d'Amerique in the old city of Tangier, Kingdom of Morocco, commemorates the historic cultural and diplomatic The Bahia Palace is a palace and a set of gardens located in Marrakech, Morocco. El Badi Palace ( قصر البديع - meaning the incomparable palace) is located in Marrakech, Morocco, and it consists nowadays The flag of Morocco ( Amazigh: Acnyal Amrrukan, علم المغرب) is made of a red field with a black-bordered green interwoven star Forbes Museum of Tangier was a museum founded by the American billionaire and publisher of Forbes magazine, Malcolm Forbes, in Tangier Groupes urbains de sécurité ( GUS) (also known as "Croatia" ( Urban Security Groups) is a defunct Moroccan Special police unit which The Hymne Chérifien, has been the anthem of the Kingdom of Morocco even before the country gained its independence in 1956. The Majorelle Garden (حديقة ماجوريل is a Botanical garden in Marrakech, Morocco. The Museum of Marrakech is a Museum in the old center of Marrakech. Mechouar (المشور - Mexuar is a place mainly existing in Maghreb and particularly in Morocco. The Morocco Orange Tip (Anthocharis belia is in the Pieridae family of butterflies. The Saadian tombs in Marrakech date back from the time of the sultan Ahmad al-Mansur (1578-1603 Each entry below presents a list of topics about a specific nation or state (country followed by a link to the main article for that country
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