Eid al-Fitr marks the end of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting. After 30 days abstaining from eating and drinking during daylight hours, Eid al-Fitr is a time to rejoice. Meals are shared with family, neighbours and friends after early morning prayers at the mosque.
Rabat (the current capital of Morocco), Fez, Meknes and Marrakech are the country's four imperial cities, which have been the country's seat of power at one time or another.
Bordered to the north by the Mediterranean Sea and to the west by the Atlantic Ocean, the country is home to a variety of landscapes: vast areas along the coast, sand dunes in the Sahara and snow-capped mountains in the Atlas Range.
Cultural Melting Pot
Due to the presence of Berbers, sub-Saharan Africans, Arabs, Jews and a native population of Andalusia, Morocco has a rich and varied culture. Tolerance and respect for others are two of the fundamental pillars of this multicultural society.
Morocco is a country abounding with diversity, mysticism, religious rites, animated markets, and so on, but it is also a great country in which to relax. The warmth and joie de vivre of its inhabitants remind us that every moment deserves to be a colourful one!
Nearly 300 million people speak Arabic around the world in no less than 23 countries. Although literary Arabic is common across the board, colloquial Arabic varies from country to country.
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