Moroccan Culture Guide | Facts, History & Travel

Hassan II Mosque - Casablanca - Morocco

"Culture" is a broad and vast word, which is not limited by time or space, nor by knowledge or science, it's different from all the tools of human civilization, the human heritage in its faculties... However, before going into this article, we advise you to check out Here What is Culture definition in general...

So Today: we will discuss the culture of Morocco as one of the most famous and interesting ones around the world. as we will discover more about its people, lifestyle, language, religion & food...

๐Ÿ‘‰That's why, you should keep reading until the end, many interesting facts related to the Moroccan Culture are waiting for you!

Culture of Morocco

Probably if you travel to Morocco you will have a culture shock! because the culture of Morocco - Culture marocain- is a rich culture and civilization. 

Morocco is known for its diverse and prosperous cultural heritage, and the Kingdom is known for its keenness on its cultural heritage and the protection of its diversity and privacy, and the Moroccan decoration is known for its distinction from other Islamic styles.

Moroccan Flag and Map

Moroccan literature was written in classical Arabic and Berber languages, the two official languages ​​in the country, and the history of Moroccan literature was known to flourish in different eras, especially in conjunction with the prosperity of Andalusia, Arabic, and Islamic.

Q and A

๐Ÿ“Œwhat continent is morocco in?

๐Ÿ“Œwhat time is it in Morocco?


๐Ÿ“ŒMorocco currency?
    ๐Ÿ‘‰MAD- Moroccan Dirham 

๐Ÿ“ŒMoroccan King?
    ๐Ÿ‘‰Mohamed VI

๐Ÿ“ŒPolitical Capital?

๐Ÿ“Œmorocco travel?
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Famous Moroccan cities

  • FEZ

Example of Moroccan money - a paper of 20 Moroccan dirham

๐Ÿ“The Moroccan people used to be famous for the special and unique culture of clothes & food. There is a traditional dress for men and women, "robes", a red cap for men, a caftan decorated with motifs for women, and a language or a soft leather sole without heels, which is often dyed yellow.


When Morocco moved to the third millennium, Moroccans found themselves surrounded by several cultures: Arab, French, and Berber patterns, intertwined, and contradictory, multiple colliding and accumulating, some seeking to abolish others, but in the end result they became a knowledge system that includes the production of meanings / The products of the mind, a system that, despite its struggles, aims to locate Morocco in time and place, and to serve the fundamental issues related to democratic change, while at the same time linking the cultural wager to the political wager, which crystallized awareness of the necessity of democratic action in current Morocco ... He came up to the younger generations.

the kitchen of Morocco

  The Moroccan cooking is recognized as one of the foremost expanded universal kitchens, due to the blend that Morocco has experienced with the encompassing world all through history, bringing together Moroccan cuisine in its Amazigh, Arab, Middle Eastern, and African folds, and Moroccan cuisine occupies the first place in the Arab, African and the second worldwide. The "couscous", "tagine" and "Malawi" meal are among the oldest Moroccan dishes. 

The Moroccan Desert

As for sweets, "Ka'b El Ghazal ", "Shabakia" and "Coke" sweets are among the best Moroccan sweets.

Morocco's Religion

Various cultures crossed the Moroccan coastal cities and the ancient ones since ancient times, and still there are still in Casablanca next to 3000 mosques and unlimited prayer places. 

Some churches: six Catholic, one evangelical, one evangelical and three active Jewish temples. The Jewish community here has always been largely represented, and 3,000 Moroccan Jews live in the economic capital of a total of 5,000 in Morocco

Throughout Moroccan history, from the south (from South Africa), and from the south (the Romans, Vandals, Moors, and Jews). All of these groups all had an impact on Morocco's social makeup.

Each Moroccan region has privacy and contributes to making mosaics.

In the global political sphere, Morocco is referred to as an Arab African country

About Morocco History

Moroccans know a cultural blend of the diversity of resources between the African and Arab roots through Berber, Arab, Andalusian, and Saharan.

 In terms of anthropological studies of the Haplogroup Genetic Teacher, it was strongly influenced by the geographical factor. The Sahara in the south and the Mediterranean in the north were important prehistoric barriers to gene flow. 

A  Famous Mosque In FEz - Morocco

Moroccans in general, according to recent scientific studies, belong to the peoples of North Africa, a young people among the predominant groups in North Africa, whose origins and grouping are estimated between 6000 to 15,000 years, derived from the Libyan ethnic group, which in turn was derived from the ancient Egyptians, who They, in turn, were derived from the original Horn of Africa collections known as E-M215. 

Wood industries

Shahidi Ibrahim, the official of wood industries, said that he is making chairs and tables carved from cedar wood that is grown in Morocco and other types of wood, as well as making roofs and historical doors famous for the city of Meknes and salons, indicating that production is marketed and sold within Morocco and some of it is exported to Europe.

Information about Morocco

  • Morocco became independent from French protection in 1956.

  • And it became independent from the Spanish occupation in 1956 AD.

  •   The country's economy depends on the agricultural sector: its most prominent agricultural crops are wheat, lentils, olives, barley, fruits, corn, and beans.

  • Industrial sector: Morocco is famous for the chemical and food industries.


  • Mineral resources sector as phosphate metal. tourism sector.


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