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AIT BENHADDOU CASBAH UNESCO site in Morocco

AIT BENHADDOU CASBAH UNESCO site in Morocco

If you are looking for a fascinating getaway, why not discover AIT BENHADDOU CASBAH UNESCO site in Morocco, one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites? Once an ighrem or fortified village, this site was home to inhabitants who took refuge in its ramparts for safety. This citadel was once an important junction on the trade […]

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the history of the red city Marrakech

the history of the red city Marrakech

Marrakech the Red City, the jewel of the imperial city that attests to an exceptional history marked by many dynasties. It is a cultural city that delights adventurous souls with its unique architecture. Indeed, the Almoravids founded it in the 11th century and set up an ingenious water supply system thanks to a network of […]

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Moroccan Gastronomy

“Moroccan Gastronomy” Get ready to sink your teeth into some next-level Berber pizza! Our pizza dough is made from natural, organic yeast that’ll have your taste buds singing. Once we’ve loaded up the dough with fresh ingredients, we cook it in a traditional oven made entirely from mud. Yup, you heard it right – mud! […]

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Rock engravings in Taouz South Morocco

Rock engravings in Taouz South Morocco

The Rock engravings in Taouz South Morocco are located southeast of Errachidia, the capital of the Draa Tafilalet region. Researchers and archaeologists have estimated the age of these inscriptions between 4100 and 7100 years BC. They were discovered by French researchers Jacques Meunier and Charles Alain in 1954. Alongside these inscriptions, piles of stones and […]

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The main festivals in the southeast of Morocco:

* The Rose Festival in Kelaa M’Gouna. On the second weekend of May each year, the magnificent rose festival attracts crowds, who come to enjoy traditional songs and dances, colorful parades, and local handicrafts, offering an intoxicating spectacle for all senses. Delicate, colorful petals mingle with exotic spices and intoxicating scents in a captivating dance. […]

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Moroccan Gastronomy

The Taouz rock engravings are located southeast of Errachidia, the capital of the Draa Tafilalet region. Researchers and archaeologists have estimated the age of these inscriptions between 4100 and 7100 years BC. They were discovered by French researchers Jacques Meunier and Charles Alain in 1954. Alongside these inscriptions, piles of stones and modest constructions have […]

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