The Blue city Chefchaouen, why blue ?

WRITTEN BY Fatima Habte
Chefchaouen, The Blue Pearl of Morocco, a local point of view of why it is BLUE...
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January 5, 2020

Female Sufism in Chefchaouen

WRITTEN BY Fatima Habte
Sufi Journeys in Morocco | Mysticism, Music and Dance Tour to explore the history of Sufism in Morocco ...
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April 23, 2020

Women Dress in Morocco

written by Fatima Habte
Morocco is a Muslin tolerant country. Though most people are religious, they are generally easy-going, and most Moroccan women don’t wear a veil, though they may well wear a headscarf. Morocco doesn’t have a dress code as in other Muslim countries, such as Saudi Arabia. Every woman dresses according to her religious beliefs and fashion style. One may find a wide variety of women clothes that vary from the country side of Morocco to the urban areas...
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May 10, 2018

Berbers of Morocco, Origns, lifestyle and cultures

Berbers of Morocco
The Berbers are the indigenous people of North Africa. There are approximately 30 and 40 million Berber speaking people in Africa. The majority live in Morocco and Algeria. Some others live in Tunisia, Libya, Mauritania, Mali and Niger, Egypt and Burkina Faso....
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April 22, 2020

Moroccan Gastronomy

written by Fatima Habte
If you're heading to Morocco for trip or business, know that you're in for a gastronomical treat. The food of Morocco ranks high on lists of the world's best cuisines and is well worth exploring. There is an incredible variety, exotic seasoning and innovative ingredient combinations that await you....
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April 16, 2020

The Rif of Morocco

The Rif Mountains of Morocco
The Moroccan Rif is located in the northern part of the Kingdom, extending between the Strait of Gibraltar and the city of Tangier in the west to the borders of Algeria to the east, along the Mediterranean, and to the south the region overlaps with the plains of the west, then Sais, up to the regions of eastern Morocco...
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April 22, 2020

Moroccan Architecture History

Moroccan architecture, in the Muslim West, was initially influenced by the architecture predominant in the Mashriq (eastern part of the Arab world, located in Western Asia and eastern North Africa). Poetically, it means Sunrise place. However, it soon established its own models and techniques, reaching the peak of its prosperity in Morocco and Andalusia...
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June 25, 2022

Morocco Travel Guides

The Rif of Morocco

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