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capital rabat
government constitutional monarchy
king mohamed VI, alaouit dynasty
surface 458.852 Kmq (724.852 Kmq including west sahara)
inhabitants 30.753.300 (estimation 2005) (31.003.300 including west sahara)
population density 67,0 ab/kmq (42,8 ab/kmq including west sahara)
religion 98,7% muslims (mainly sunnits), 1,1% christians, 0,2% juish
ethnic groups arabs and arabized berbers 60%, berbers (mauri) 36%, africans, europeans and others 4%
spoken languages arabic (official), french, berber dialects, spanish
atlantic coast 2.934 km
mediterranean coast 512 km
land borders 1.350 km (Algeria), 650 km (Mauritania), 12 km (Ceuta and Melilla, Spain)
highest peak jebel toubkal (4.167 mt)
money moroccan dirham (MAD)

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Links and bibliography Something to read before travel

Miniguide Practical manual for the Responsible Tourist

How to get there The transports to reach the Country leaving UK

Projects Projects managed by local associations, or by groups of locals, giving strong contribution to the sustainable grouth of the Country

Photo galleries Various photo collections

Travel tales Contribution from travellers

Traditional cooking and recipes Local cooking and some traditional recipes

Traditional cooking workshop in Marrakech the cookers of MARRAKECH BRIDES cooperative will introduce you to their cooking secrets
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Dictionary Some words in local language