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Morocco World News: Championing Free Speech and Thoughtful Debate Through Journalistic Excellence.
Morocco World News is dedicated to bringing the news of Morocco and the MENA region to a wide audience without bias or a political agenda.

Morocco World News: Championing Free Speech and Thoughtful Debate Through Journalistic Excellence.
Morocco World News is dedicated to bringing the news of Morocco and the MENA region to a wide audience without bias or a political agenda.

Last weekend of August I was invited to play at Atlas Electronic , a small scale electronic music festival that was happening in Villa Janna in Marrakesh for the second time. The location (approx. 10 km north from the city center) is a beautiful garden with an amphitheatre and a pool and the villa, all constructed from local (clay) materials. The festival was magical, and what makes it special is the big number of local bands that are performing, mostly Gnawa music.

Thanks Atlas Electronic, I had an amazing trip, it was so much fun meeting new people and seeing many friends at the festival, the vibe was ultimate relaxed, the music extraordinary!

Mrehba! Welcome to Morocco. Our trip begins with a group meeting at 6PM, followed by an optional Welcome Dinner at Rick’s Café – a tribute to the bar made famous by Bogart and Bergman in the classic film, Casablanca.

This morning we visit the grand Hassan II Mosque – the largest in Africa – then hit the road for Meknes. En route we’ll stop in Rabat for a guided tour of the city, where we’ll see Kasbah Chellah, Kasbah Oudaias, and the Archaeological museum. Once in Meknes, we’ll check-in to our riad (a Moroccan style boutique hotel), and gather together for an included dinner.

After breakfast, we have a guided tour of Meknes to look forward to, then we’ll head for Fès. On our way, we’ll stop at Volubilis, a partly-excavated Roman city and UNESCO archaeological site. We’ll then have time to unwind in the evening before an included dinner at a local restaurant.

Moroccan Arabic is a variety of Maghrebi Arabic spoken in Morocco by about 20 million people. It is used mainly in everyday conversation, while Modern Standard Arabic is used in offical communications with the government and other public organisations, and a mixture of French and Moroccan Arabic is used in business.

There is no standard way of writing Moroccan Arabic and it is rarely written, though is used to some extent in poetry, newspapers and magazines. The vocabulary is mainly of Arabic origin, with many words borrowed from Berber, French and Spanish. Native names for Moroccan Arabic include مغربي (Maġribi) and الدارجة (Darija).

Moroccan Arabic is more or less mutually intelligible with other varieties of Maghrebi Arabic spoken in Tunisia, Algeria, and Libya, but speakers of Arabic from other regions find it difficult to understand.

Morocco World News: Championing Free Speech and Thoughtful Debate Through Journalistic Excellence.
Morocco World News is dedicated to bringing the news of Morocco and the MENA region to a wide audience without bias or a political agenda.

Last weekend of August I was invited to play at Atlas Electronic , a small scale electronic music festival that was happening in Villa Janna in Marrakesh for the second time. The location (approx. 10 km north from the city center) is a beautiful garden with an amphitheatre and a pool and the villa, all constructed from local (clay) materials. The festival was magical, and what makes it special is the big number of local bands that are performing, mostly Gnawa music.

Thanks Atlas Electronic, I had an amazing trip, it was so much fun meeting new people and seeing many friends at the festival, the vibe was ultimate relaxed, the music extraordinary!

Morocco World News: Championing Free Speech and Thoughtful Debate Through Journalistic Excellence.
Morocco World News is dedicated to bringing the news of Morocco and the MENA region to a wide audience without bias or a political agenda.

Last weekend of August I was invited to play at Atlas Electronic , a small scale electronic music festival that was happening in Villa Janna in Marrakesh for the second time. The location (approx. 10 km north from the city center) is a beautiful garden with an amphitheatre and a pool and the villa, all constructed from local (clay) materials. The festival was magical, and what makes it special is the big number of local bands that are performing, mostly Gnawa music.

Thanks Atlas Electronic, I had an amazing trip, it was so much fun meeting new people and seeing many friends at the festival, the vibe was ultimate relaxed, the music extraordinary!

Mrehba! Welcome to Morocco. Our trip begins with a group meeting at 6PM, followed by an optional Welcome Dinner at Rick’s Café – a tribute to the bar made famous by Bogart and Bergman in the classic film, Casablanca.

This morning we visit the grand Hassan II Mosque – the largest in Africa – then hit the road for Meknes. En route we’ll stop in Rabat for a guided tour of the city, where we’ll see Kasbah Chellah, Kasbah Oudaias, and the Archaeological museum. Once in Meknes, we’ll check-in to our riad (a Moroccan style boutique hotel), and gather together for an included dinner.

After breakfast, we have a guided tour of Meknes to look forward to, then we’ll head for Fès. On our way, we’ll stop at Volubilis, a partly-excavated Roman city and UNESCO archaeological site. We’ll then have time to unwind in the evening before an included dinner at a local restaurant.

Moroccan Arabic is a variety of Maghrebi Arabic spoken in Morocco by about 20 million people. It is used mainly in everyday conversation, while Modern Standard Arabic is used in offical communications with the government and other public organisations, and a mixture of French and Moroccan Arabic is used in business.

There is no standard way of writing Moroccan Arabic and it is rarely written, though is used to some extent in poetry, newspapers and magazines. The vocabulary is mainly of Arabic origin, with many words borrowed from Berber, French and Spanish. Native names for Moroccan Arabic include مغربي (Maġribi) and الدارجة (Darija).

Moroccan Arabic is more or less mutually intelligible with other varieties of Maghrebi Arabic spoken in Tunisia, Algeria, and Libya, but speakers of Arabic from other regions find it difficult to understand.

While the real Morocco is located on the westernmost tip of north Africa, bordering Algeria to the east and the Moroccan-occupied Western Sahara to the southeast,  Epcot's Morocco pavilion is located between France and Japan .   From across the World Showcase Lagoon, the Koutoubia Minaret (prayer tower) can be seen.  

The showcase re-creates the architecture and atmosphere of this famed northern African kingdom.  Three cities are represented:  Casablanca, Fez, and Marrakesh.  The landscape is dominated by plants of economic importance, a reflection of the integral role agriculture plays in this country. 

Gallery of Arts and History - Often overlooked, this is a wonderful display of the science, music and technology of Morocco .  From the outside, the door looks like an ordinary heavy wood door.  However once you enter the Gallery and look back through the door to the outside, you will see the beautiful stained glass.  

Morocco World News: Championing Free Speech and Thoughtful Debate Through Journalistic Excellence.
Morocco World News is dedicated to bringing the news of Morocco and the MENA region to a wide audience without bias or a political agenda.

Last weekend of August I was invited to play at Atlas Electronic , a small scale electronic music festival that was happening in Villa Janna in Marrakesh for the second time. The location (approx. 10 km north from the city center) is a beautiful garden with an amphitheatre and a pool and the villa, all constructed from local (clay) materials. The festival was magical, and what makes it special is the big number of local bands that are performing, mostly Gnawa music.

Thanks Atlas Electronic, I had an amazing trip, it was so much fun meeting new people and seeing many friends at the festival, the vibe was ultimate relaxed, the music extraordinary!

Mrehba! Welcome to Morocco. Our trip begins with a group meeting at 6PM, followed by an optional Welcome Dinner at Rick’s Café – a tribute to the bar made famous by Bogart and Bergman in the classic film, Casablanca.

This morning we visit the grand Hassan II Mosque – the largest in Africa – then hit the road for Meknes. En route we’ll stop in Rabat for a guided tour of the city, where we’ll see Kasbah Chellah, Kasbah Oudaias, and the Archaeological museum. Once in Meknes, we’ll check-in to our riad (a Moroccan style boutique hotel), and gather together for an included dinner.

After breakfast, we have a guided tour of Meknes to look forward to, then we’ll head for Fès. On our way, we’ll stop at Volubilis, a partly-excavated Roman city and UNESCO archaeological site. We’ll then have time to unwind in the evening before an included dinner at a local restaurant.


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