The Zaouia Moulay Idriss II is a zaouia (shrine) in Fes, Morocco, dedicated to and tomb of Moulay Idriss II, who ruled Morocco from 807 to 828 and founded the city of Fes for the second time in 810.
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394 Articles of interest in Morocco
USS Hugh L. Scott (AP-43) was a Hugh L. Scott-class transport ship. She was built in 1921 and spent 20 years in merchant service as a passenger and cargo liner. She was acquired for the United States Navy shortly before the USA entered the Second Wo…
Skhirat (Arabic: الصخيرات, also Skhirate, Minaret de Skhirat, Kasba Skira, Aç Çkhirat; Spanish: Sjirat) is a city in the Rabat-Salé-Zemmour-Zaer Region of Morocco.
Sidi Moumen (Arabic: سيدي مومن) is an arrondissement and northeastern suburb of Casablanca, in the Sidi Bernoussi district of the Grand Casablanca region of Morocco. As of 2004 it had 289,253 inhabitants.
Sidi Kacem (Arabic: سيدي قاسم) is a city in Morocco. It is located at around (34°13′0″N5°42′0″W). During the French period, it was called Petitjean, after a French captain who was killed in May 1911 during the "pacification" of Morocco.
Sebou (Berber: Asif n Sbu, Arabic: سبو) is a river in northern Morocco. At its source in the Middle Atlas mountains it is known as the Guigou River (Berber: Asif n Gigu). The river is 496 kilometers long and has an average water flow of 137 m3/s, w…
Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium (Arabic: مركب مولاي عبدالله) is a multi-purpose stadium in Rabat, Morocco. It is named after Prince Moulay Abdellah of Morocco. It was built in 1983 and is the home ground of FAR Rabat. It is currently used mostly for…
The M'Goun mountain, also rendered as Ighil Mgoun / Ighil M’Goun / Irhil M’Goun (in tifinagh ⵉⵖⵉⵍ ⵎⴳⵯⵏ), Ighil n’Oumsoud, Jebel Mgoun, Jebel Ighil M’Goun and Jebel Aït M’goun, at 4,071 metres (13,356 ft) is the fourth highest peak of the Atlas Mount…
Jerada (Berber: ⵊⵔⴰⴷⴰ, Arabic: جرادة, Jrada) is a town in northeastern Morocco, in the Oriental region of the country. It is located close to the border with Algeria. It has approx.
Jajouka, Joujouka or Zahjoukah (In Tifinagh: ⵣⴰⵀⵊⵓⴽⴰ) (جوجوكة or جهجوكة) is a village in the Ahl-Srif mountains in the southern Rif, Morocco.
Boulhaut Air Base is a former United States Air Force (USAF) base located in Morocco.
Boujad (Arabic: أبو الجعد, Moroccan Arabic: بجعد, Amazigh: ⴱⵊⴰⵄⴷ) is a small city at the verge of the Atlas mountains in Morocco.
Sidi Slimane is a small city in the northwestern centre of Morocco in the Gharb-Chrarda-Béni Hssen economic region.
USS Joseph Hewes (AP-50) was a transport for the United States Navy during World War II. She was built in 1930, acquired 8 January 1942, and was assigned the task of transporting troops to and from battle areas.
The Stade Ibn Batouta (Arabic: ملعب ابن بطوطة) is a multi-use stadium in Tangier, Morocco. It is used mostly for football matches. The stadium has a capacity of 45,000 people.
Oum Er-Rbia (Arabic: أم الربيع, the mother of spring; original name in Berber is Wansifen, وانسيفن, according to scholars the name was only changed recently, c. 16th or 17th century, and a nearby village called Oum Rabia might have influenced this …
Moulay Ali Cherif Airport (Arabic: مطار مولاي علي الشريف) (IATA: ERH, ICAO: GMFK) is an airport serving Errachidia (Er-Rachidia), a town in the Meknès-Tafilalet region in Morocco.
Colonia Iulia Valentia Banasa was one of the three colonias in Mauretania Tingitana (in northern Morocco) founded by emperor Augustus between 33 and 25 BC.
Guercif is a town in Guercif Province, Taza-Al Hoceima-Taounate, Morocco.
The Mohammadia School of engineering (Arabic: المدرسة المحمدية للمهندسين; abbreviated EMI) is a School of Engineering in Rabat, Morocco.
Debdou is a town in Morocco. It is known for its multi-ethnic population, including Jews and Berbers.
The Church of Saint Andrew is an Anglican church in Tangier, Morocco, consecrated in 1905.
Cape Malabata (or Punta Malabata) is a cape located at 6 miles east of Tangier, Morocco facing the Strait of Gibraltar.
Boujdour is a province in the Moroccan economic region of Laâyoune-Boujdour-Sakia El Hamra, .
The Bou Inania Madrasa (Arabic: المدرسة البوعنانية al-madrasa al-Abū ʿinānīya) is a madrasa (Islamic learning center) in the city of Meknes, Morocco, founded by the Marinid ruler Abu Inan Faris in 1350. He also founded another madrasa with the same…
Ben Slimane in a province of Morocco in the Chaouia-Ouardigha Region. The province had a population of around 199,612 people in 2004 and covers an area of around 2,760 km².
Ajdir is a small town in Morocco near Al Hoceima.
Taza is a province in the Moroccan economic region of Taza-Al Hoceima-Taounate.
Taounate (Berber: Tawnat, Arabic: تاونات) is a town in northern Morocco, in the Rif Mountains. It is located at around .
Tan Tan Airport (Arabic: مطار طانطان الشاطئ الأبيض ) (IATA: TTA, ICAO: GMAT), also known as Plage Blanche Airport, is an airport near Tan Tan, a city in the Guelmim-Es Semara region in Morocco.
Tamanar is a town in Essaouira Province, Marrakech-Tensift-Al Haouz, Morocco.
Sidi Bennour (Arabic: سيّدي بنور ) is a city in Sidi Bennour Province, Doukkala-Abda, Morocco. Historically speaking, the name derives from the name of a famous sufi called Abi Yannur (Arabic: أبي يَنّور); "Sidi" is a common Arabic title attributed …
The Rabat American School is an independent preparatory day school located in Rabat, Morocco. The program is co-educational and non-residential.
Nador transmitter is the main transmission facility for longwave and shortwave of Medi 1 Radio, a privately owned broadcasting company of Morocco. It is situated approximately 18 kilometres south of the city of Nador and a few kilometres south of Se…
The port of Nador is a commercial port on the Mediterranean servicing the Rif area of Northern Morocco. The port is officially in Beni Ensar / Aït Nsar and shares its piers and entrance with the port of the Spanish enclave Melilla.
Midar is a town in Midar Province, Oriental, Morocco.