48 photos that will make you want to go to Morocco

One of the most beautiful countries in the world.

1. Ksar of Ait Ben Haddou, Ouarzazate province

Ksar Ait Ben-Haddou, Ouarzazate province
Ksar Ait Ben-Haddou, Ouarzazate province
Ksar ait Ben Haddou Figure World Heritage by UNESCO in 1987. Located on the southern slopes of the High Atlas, the Ksar is a remarkable example of the traditional architecture of southern Morocco valleys.

2. Essaouira

Essaouira
Essaouira
Port of Essaouira

Port of Essaouira

Menarat of Essaouira
Menarat of Essaouira

Former Portuguese trading post, Essaouira has been throughout its history a major port city, before becoming one of the main tourist destinations of Morocco.

3. The Atlas

Moroccan Atlass by : Zastolskiy Victor / Via Shutterstock
Moroccan Atlass by : Zastolskiy Victor / Via Shutterstock
Mikadun

Mikadun

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The Atlas is a mountain range that spans the three Maghreb countries. In Morocco, the Atlas is divided into three distinct regions. In the north lies the Middle Atlas, composed of volcanic plateaus and rounded massifs. It is bordered to the south by the High Atlas, where the Jbel Toubkal is, the climax of the massif to 4167 m altitude. Finally, the Anti-Atlas is the southernmost region of the Moroccan channel. Bordering the Sahara, it is composed of eroded mountains and desert landscapes.

4. Casablanca

 Casablanca by ; megastocker / Via Shutterstock
Casablanca by ; megastocker / Via Shutterstock
Hassan II Mosque : Karol Kozlowski / Shutterstock
Hassan II Mosque : Karol Kozlowski / Shutterstock
Casablanca By : Mikadun / Shutterstock
Casablanca By : Mikadun / Shutterstock

Casablanca is the largest city in Morocco and the country’s economic capital. The port city is home to a wealth of Art Deco built in the early 20th century. Since 1993, one can also admire the Hassan II Mosque, the third largest mosque in the world. It was built partly on the sea and can accommodate up to 105,000 worshipers.

5. Tafraout

Tafraout by : Mikadun / Via Shutterstock
Tafraout by : Mikadun / Via Shutterstock
Tafraout by ; Zastolskiy Victor / Shutterstock
Tafraout by ; Zastolskiy Victor / Shutterstock
Tafraout by : javarman / Shutterstock
Tafraout by : javarman / Shutterstock

Tafraout is a Berber city of the Anti Atlas. It is located on a magnificent red granite plateau. At a time Tafraout walk are blue painted rocks by Belgian artist Jean Veran in 1985.

6. Marrakech

Menara Garden - Marrakech by : Anibal Trejo / Shutterstock
Menara Garden – Marrakech by : Anibal Trejo / Shutterstock
Jemaa El Fna Square : Alex Andrei / ShutterStock
Jemaa El Fna Square : Alex Andrei / ShutterStock
Medressa Ben Youssef at Marrakech : Anibal Trejo / Shutterstock
Medressa Ben Youssef at Marrakech : Anibal Trejo / Shutterstock
Marrakech Overnight : Posztós / Shutterstock
Marrakech Overnight : Posztós / Shutterstock

Surely the most touristic city of Morocco, Marrakech is located at the foot of the Atlas and full of wonders such as the Menara or the Ben Youssef Madrasa .

7. Fez

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City of history, Fez is a little spiritual and cultural capital of Morocco. Its medina, the oldest and largest in the world, is listed World Heritage Site by Unesco.

8. The Ouzoud

The cascades of & # 39; Ouzoud
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Karol Kozlowski / Shutterstock

Karol Kozlowski / Shutterstock

The magnificent Ouzoud waterfalls (cascades of olive trees in Berber) are located in the Middle Atlas.

9. Chefchaouen

Chefchaouen
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City in northern Morocco nestled in the mountains of Rif, Chefchaouen is renowned for its beautiful blue lanes. The diet of the region is also returned in 2013 to the intangible heritage of humanity UNESCO as an example of the Mediterranean diet.

10. Legzira beach near Sidi Ifni

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Located south of Agadir, the Sidi Ifni region is very touristic and has coastal scenery breathtaking.

11. Rabat

Rabat
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The administrative capital is worth visiting if only for the Kasbah of Oudayas .

12. Meknes

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One of the four imperial cities of Morocco, Meknes was nicknamed “Little Paris” during the years of French protectorate because of its beauty.

13. Tangier

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Tangier, overlooking the Strait of Gibraltar, has inspired many artists, including Matisse, who had stayed in the city in 1912 and was painted some of his works the most famous.

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The city was completely rebuilt after being ravaged by an earthquake in 1960. The architecture is more modern than in other Moroccan cities. But Agadir is the perfect destination for beach holidays. Its bay is even part of the Club of the Most Beautiful Bays of the World.

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My name is Abderrahim ELBAHI and I live in Marrakech - Morocco, where I am a travel product manager & community manager for Timeout Marrakech in Morocco. In another life, I have also worked at various international publishers and literary translator was.

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