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According to watchtutorials, Morocco is a country in the Maghreb region of North Africa, bordered by Algeria to the east, Western Sahara to the south, and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. The population of Morocco is estimated at over 36 million people. The majority of the population is Arab-Berber, with smaller ethnic groups including French, Spanish and Sub-Saharan African. The official language is Arabic, but many people also speak French and Berber dialects. Islam is the predominant religion in Morocco, with 99% of citizens identifying as Muslim. The literacy rate in Morocco has been consistently increasing over recent decades; currently it stands at around 75%. Education is free and compulsory up to age 16. Health care in Morocco is provided by both public and private institutions; however quality can vary greatly depending on location and socioeconomic status. See ejinhua for Morocco Population and Language.

Morocco Political System, Famous People, Animals and Plants

Morocco: Political System According to CANCERMATTERS.NET, Morocco is a parliamentary monarchy with Islam as the state religion. The bicameral parliament consists of the National Assembly with 325 members directly elected every 5 years and the Senate with 270 members indirectly elected every 9 years. The king is the head of state of Morocco. See AbbreviationFinder… Read More »

How to get to Morocco

Overview Morocco is a country in Africa according to thereligionfaqs. In Morocco, as you relax in your hammam (steam bath), spoon up your tagine (stew), haggle for good merchandise in souks or don a comfortable kaftan, it’s amazing how easy it is to slip into another culture. To orientate yourself, you only have to look… Read More »

Surf Camp in Morocco

ACCOMMODATION AND SURF LESSONS IN MOROCCO (AGADIR/TAMROUT) DEPARTURES: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Validity period – on request. Our company offers its customers a high level of service for those who want to surf or continue their achievements in the vastness of the Atlantic Ocean. Professional surf school and surf camp. Details: The surf camp itself… Read More »

Morocco Demographics 1936

Population. – The census carried out in French Morocco on March 8, 1936 gave a population of 6,296,012 residents of which 6,059,509 Moroccans and 236,503 foreigners. Among the latter there were 177,018 French, 23,645 Spaniards and 15,645 Italians. Of the indigenous people 5,898,197 are Muslims and 161,312 Jews. The census notes a considerable increase in… Read More »

Morocco Children and School

Lessons in Arabic and French In Morocco, too, children have to go to school. School attendance is compulsory for everyone between the ages of six and 15. In contrast to many other African countries, almost all children actually go to school: 97 percent. Because that was not the case for many years, only 73 percent… Read More »