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  • Morocco

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    Morocco,is a country in the northwestern corner of Africa. It is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea on the north and the Atlantic Ocean on the west. The Strait of Gibraltar, which connects the Mediterranean and the Atlantic, separates Morocco from Spain by only about 8 miles (13 kilometers). Fertile plains lie along Morocco's coasts, and forested mountains stretch across the middle of the country from southwest to northeast. Beyond the mountains lies a sun-baked desert, the Sahara. Rabat is Morocco's

  • Morocco

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    Morocco is a fascinating country in Africa. My parents both originate from Morocco. I thought it would be interesting to learn where my family is from. Morocco is in northern Africa, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, between Algeria and the Western Sahara. Morocco has been the home of the Berbers since the second millennium B.C. In A.D.46, Morocco was annexed by Rome as part of the province of Mauritania until the Vandals overran this portion of the declining empire in

  • Morocco

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    Financial status of Morocco has come through some great changes in the past few years due to better management of the country and their government . Since about 1957 Morocco and the United States have joined together to better take care of the Moroccan people. They have also worked together to help Morocco’s agriculture and plantations to grow better crops. Due to the hot climate in Morocco many farmers grow citrus plants such as oranges and clementine’s and even vegetables . Morocco has many main export

  • Morocco Essay

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    philosophy and evolution. Morocco, a country located in North West Africa, broadly exposed on the Atlantic Ocean from the west, and the Mediterranean Sea from the north. The Strait of Gibraltar, which unites the Mediterranean and the Atlantic, splits Morocco from Spain by eight miles. Morocco is the foundation of numerous cultures and is prominent by its biodiversity. The languages spoken vary from Arabic, French, Berber, Spanish and English. Abundant plains lie beside Morocco 's coasts, and wooded mountains

  • morocco

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    Colonization has played an important role in the growth of Morocco. Some would argue that the first two waves of colonization have benefited the country. Others would argue that it has hurt the country. Colonization has done both good and bad to Morocco. In the first wave of colonization, Morocco lost its independence , hurting the government and economy. In the second wave of colonization, Morocco gained its independence back. Today, Morocco is thriving more than ever . The ruler has made the government

  • Kingdom of Morocco

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    Officially KINGDOM OF MOROCCO, this country of northwestern North Africa lies directly across the Strait of Gibraltar from Spain. It borders Algeria to the east and southeast; Western Sahara is to the south, the Atlantic Ocean to the west, and the Mediterranean Sea to the north. It is the only African country with coastal exposure to both the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. There form of government now is a constitutional Monarchy with two legislative houses. Morocco’s official language

  • The Kingdom Of Morocco

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    The Kingdom of Morocco, which is located in Northwestern part of Africa, this is one of only three Kingdoms lefts on the continent of Africa. This countries Constitutional monarchy ran by a single king, has shown that there have been leaps and bounds of progression. The current king is trying to turn his country into something that more along the lines mimics a democracy, having freedom of expression, and equal rights among citizens. Even the military is comparable to what the United States has,

  • Morocco the Beautiful

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    Mud-brick homes sit happily on the glittering golden hills of Morocco. The sweet and spicy fumes of Moroccan cuisine fills the air while hearty laughter and joyously beating drums rhythmically dance up and down the roads and walkways. Morocco truly is a beautiful and diverse country. The amiable and kind personalities of the 3,147,800 Moroccans are clearly shown through their culture and traditions (“Background Note: Morocco.”). Moroccan literary and art works are very influential to the modern world

  • Sorcery In Morocco

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    Sorcery In Morocco According to Merriam- webster’s Collegiate dictionary, sorcery is defined as the use of power gained from the assistance or control of evil especially for divining. Sorcery is a phenomenon that has spread all over the world. It mainly consists of direction of the world into a spiritual power which is mysterious and unexplainable. In Morocco, sorcery is a very popular practice. It is practiced especially in the south of the country where people have strong beliefs in superstition

  • Traveling to the Medina, Morocco

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    Morocco is a country full of culture. This was obvious in the decor of our living room when we lived there. We had lanterns patterned and cut into thin metal, glazed pottery that reflected the blue and green hues it was painted with, and tajines. Lots of tajines. Tajines were classic Moroccan clay cooking dishes where a cone shaped top sat on a base, allowing steam from whatever was cooking to rise out of a small hole at the top. They would sit complacently on the shelves of our kitchen and living