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The Eight Paradisiacal Wonders of the Moroccan Desert

Miami - Dreaming of a short getaway? Look no further than Ouarzazate in the south of Marrakech. This magical destination promises to be the perfect getaway. ABC Spain shares the top 8 attractions in the area considered to be a “paradise in the desert”. 1. The Kasbahs The Kasbahs are buildings made of mud and adobe topped by four defensive crenellated towers, one at each corner. Their beauty is intriguing, s ...

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Marrakech Among 25 Destinations for Food Lovers

By Karla Dieseldorff Miami - If being classified as “Best Destination in the World” weren’t enough, the Business Insider reports that Marrakech has ranked atop a new list: “25 destinations that foodies must definitely visit.” The Business Insider praises the city, “Marrakech combines the flavors of France, Africa and the Middle East and provides the opportunity for foodies to taste delicious dishes like Kaf ...

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Miami’s Versace Mansion Turns into a Moroccan Palace

By Karla Dieseldorff Miami- South Florida feels the splendor of Morocco during the latest Miami Swim Week. Renowned designer Mara Hoffman gets inspired by the city of Marrakesh in Morocco to present her 2016 Resort Swim collection. The famous Versace Mansion in Miami Beach, also known as Casa Casuarina could have well been confused with a Moroccan palace in the last few days. From colorful artifacts, appeal ...

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Top Four Destinations You Can Visit with a Moroccan Passport

Rabat - Longing for a long-distance trip for the holidays, but you don’t have the requirements to get a visa? No problem! We've found four faraway destinations overseas where you only need a valid Moroccan passport to visit. Morocco World News presents its readers the best four countries to travel for the holidays. Moroccans can visit without a visa and they are all within the reach of Budget Travelers! 1 – ...

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Morocco’s Wine and Cuisine Conquering America

By Karla Dieseldorff Miami- We think of Morocco and we immediately picture amazing architecture, rich culture, savory cuisine, Arabic and Moorish influences amongst many other wonders, but do we think of Moroccan wine as a staple? Not really! However, we might have even cooked some Moroccan recipe from well-known Paula Wolfert’s “The Food of Morocco” and enjoyed the spice-scented bestila or even the famous ...

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Photography, Mysticism and Protectiveness of the Moroccan People

By Karla Dieseldorff Miami - Moroccan influence is evident around the globe. From fashion, architecture, cuisine, music, and design – we find Moroccan culture in a variety of ways. Morocco excels in its rich and exquisite history loved by many. So why is authentic Moroccan photography so controversial? A CNN report tells us that Moroccans are uncomfortable having their picture taken or allowing their Kingdo ...

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Last of the Line Bugatto Veyron “La Finale” Spotted in Tangier

Rabat - The one-off example of the impressive Bugatti Veyron, appropriately named ‘La Finale’, was allegedly spotted this week in Tangier, Northern Morocco. Dubbed as Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse ‘La Finale,’ this expensive and rare car marks the end of the 450 Veyron production line. According to a report by Cars Scoop, ‘La finale’ (meaning “the last one” in French) was snapped days ago being unloaded from a ...

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Renault Launches Moroccan Passion For Live Exhibition

Rabat - Renault launched its global campaign, “Renault, Passion For Life” in Morocco, At the beginning of the month. Exhibitions of photographs with the theme “Morocco is passion” will be presented on the Renault display network, as well as in “Ramadan Expo,” a showroom in Paradise Ain Diab, located in Casablanca. The project was elaborated in collaboration with a team of photographers, managed by artist-ph ...

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UK Foreign Office Advises Britons to Visit Morocco Over Tunisia, Algeria

Rabat - The United Kingdom Foreign Office has encouraged British holiday makers to visit Morocco after it advised them to leave Tunisia in the wake of the beach attack that hit Sousse last month Thousands of British tourists have returned home from Tunisia in response to the warning issued on Thursday by the United Kingdom Foreign office that a further terrorist attack in Tunisia is highly likely. The beach ...

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Sufism takes pride of place in Morocco- Sheikh of Tariqa Tijaniyya in Egypt

Cairo - Sheikh of Tariqa Tijaniyya in Egypt, Sheikh Ahmed Mohamed Al-Hafed Tijani, said that Sufism takes pride of place in Morocco and continues to play a key role in championing the values of tolerance and moderation of Islam. Sheikh Al-Hafed Tijani, who speaking at a ceremony of the Tijaniyya sufi order on the occasion of the holy month of Ramadan, recalled the spiritual ties between Morocco and Egypt wh ...

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Marrakech’s Palmeraie Named Best Resort in Africa

Taroudante - Morocco’s Palmeraie Resort in Marrakech received the 2015 World Travel Awards (WTA) for the best resort in Africa for the second consecutive year. The 22nd edition of the regional finals of the WTA awards ceremony for Africa and the Indian Ocean took place on June 20 at the luxurious Kempinski Seychelles Resort in Baie Lazare, Seychelles. The award, which is recognized globally as a hallmark of ...

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An Inside Look at Ouzoud Water Falls

Rabat - Falling short of the number one spot by only 25 feet, Ouzoud Falls is the second tallest waterfall in Africa. At 330 feet, the falls stand atop of the Azilal region of Morocco, overlooking the Tanaghmeilt village. Although the waterfall is in the top 20 list of things to do in all of Morocco, the area remains relatively untouched by tourism and provides a peaceful experience for those looking to get ...

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