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By host on 3/8/2013 7:46 PM

Morocco airport yearly passengers traffic from 2005 to 2012.

Casablanca airport 

By host on 2/16/2013 7:05 PM
An ancient Jewish synagogue restored in the historic city of Fez.

By host on 1/11/2013 9:00 PM
Agadir tourism is showing positive growth, a sharp increase in arrivals and overnight stays during the year of 2012. 
 
Agadir beach
By host on 1/3/2013 10:38 PM

Morocco tourism minister Lahcen Haddad interview with International Life

Casablanca monument

By host on 4/28/2012 1:54 PM

Lahcen Haddad, Morocco's tourism minister explaining Morocco's tourism development ambitions.

Casablanca water fountain

By host on 1/2/2012 7:07 PM

The Metropolitan Museum of Arts opens the new allergies for the art of the Arab lands on November 1, 2011. The display includes a Moroccan Court, and the world best collections of Islamic Art.

Moroccan Art at the Met

 

By host on 12/22/2011 9:24 PM

Morocco Mall is located in the Atlantic Ocean borders on the Casablanca Corniche coast. The mall stretches over 24,700 acres and includes 323,000 square feet of outdoor space and more than 150,000 square feet of landscaped gardens. 350 shopping stores representing luxirious brand names.

morocco mall shopping

By host on 12/7/2011 9:58 PM

Taliouine a town in Taroudant Province, Morocco known for its beautiful landscapes and Saffron production. 

Saffron

By host on 3/12/2011 10:19 PM

The history of the Atlantic city of Agadir, from being a trading port under Portuguese occupancy to both the German and French occupancy including a fifteen second earthquake nearly demolished the entire city of Agadir in 1960.

Agadir city

By host on 9/21/2010 8:51 PM

Opening of the new highway between Marrakesh and Tangier reduces Travel Time between northern part of Morocco and southern part of the kingdom.

By host on 7/14/2010 9:16 PM

Information about American Legation Museum located in Tangier Morocco and considered a US historic landmark now offers art collections, Moroccan and American architecture, and research library. 

Recent_Comments
Re: Riu Palace Tikida Agadir
Does anyone have any more updated pictures of the hotel, we will be visiting in August and are eager to check out the hotel's progress. Thanks
Re: Morocco tourism numbers 2011
yes that's right i live in Tafraout and i see a lot tourists every hours and that's good and usefull for morocco as i think thank you
Re: Morocco Mall Casablanca
wowww, b3aw dima zaidin l3oddam!!!
Re: Azalay Festival Ouarzazate
Hi, thanks for this correction.
Re: Road to Toubkal Photoset
I've been here, beautiful place to visit
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I feel so amazed and felt like I'm in the past thousands of years before. Great stuffs!
Re: Morocco Travelogue by An American 1905
Wow, fascinating! It's always really interesting to read historical travel advice and see how much has changed in the interim.
Re: Berber Symbols and Objects
Thanks for sharing these Moroccan items, very insightfull!
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Nice art work! Can you share some more pics of your art?
Re: Couscous: A Moroccan Tradition
Scott, Your blog bought back some nostalgic memories for me. When I go traveling, its all about the food and the memories that are triggered when I try and re-create a dish i stumbled upon on my travels(without much success).

It was just the other night that I was paging through my album, the photos depicting the utter chaos of the market streets and the beautiful colors on display. It was a visual spectacle. The food was a gastronomic spectacle. My personal favorite dish while visiting Morocco was the lamb tagine with dates. The tenderness of the lamb coupled with the sweetness of the dates was a mere delight and surprise to my palate. Thank you for helping me relive my Morocco experience. Morocco is a must-see travel destination and for more information visit www.essentialtravel.co.uk/magazine/country-guides/morocco/travel-to-morocco.asp for some great travel tips and facts about Morocco.
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