You can find on this page the Morocco map to print and to download in PDF. The Morocco offline map and the detailed map of Morocco present the North and the South of Morocco in Africa.
The Morocco map shows the map of Morocco offline. This map of Morocco will allow you to orient yourself in Morocco in Africa. The Morocco map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
The full Arabic name al-Mamlakat al-Maghribiyyah (المملكة المغربية) translates to "The Western Kingdom". Al-Maghrib (المغرب), meaning "The West", is commonly used (see Morocco map). For historical references, medieval Arab historians and geographers used to refer to Morocco as al-Maghrib al-Aqṣá (المغرب الأقصى, "The Farthest West"), disambiguating it from neighboring historical regions called al-Maghrib al-Awsaṭ (المغرب الأوسط, "The Middle West", Algeria) and al-Maghrib al-Adná (المغرب الأدنى, "The Nearest West", Tunisia).
Morocco is a constitutional monarchy with an elected parliament as its mentioned in Morocco map. The King of Morocco holds vast executive powers, including the power to dissolve the parliament. Executive power is exercised by the government but more importantly by the king himself. Legislative power is vested in both the government and the two chambers of parliament, the Assembly of Representatives and the Assembly of Councillors.
Morocco predominant religion is Islam, and the official languages are Arabic and Tamazight (see Morocco map). Moroccan dialect, referred to as Darija, and French are also widely spoken. Almost all Moroccans speak either Berber or Moroccan Arabic as mother tongues. Many Moroccans master both languages at native-speaker level.
Morocco on map shows the map of the country Morocco. Morocco on the map will allow you to plan your travel in Morocco in Africa. The Morocco map labeled is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Morocco economy is considered a relatively liberal economy governed by the law of supply and demand. Since 1993, the country has followed a policy of privatization of certain economic sectors which used to be in the hands of the government. The economic system of the country presents several facets as its shown in Morocco on map. It is characterized by a large opening towards the outside world. France remains the primary trade partner (supplier and customer) of Morocco.
Morocco has been inhabited for at least the last 200,000 years. Berbers are the indigenous people and still make up the bulk of the population as its mentioned in Morocco on map. Muslim Arabs conquered the territory that would become Morocco in the 7th and 11th centuries, at the time under the rule of various late Byzantine Roman leaders and indigenous Berber and Romano-Berber principalities, laying the foundation for the emergence of an Arab-Berber culture.
Morocco is known for its wildlife biodiversity. Birds represent the most important fauna. The avifauna of Morocco includes a total of 454 species, five of which have been introduced by humans, and 156 are rarely or accidentally seen as you can see in Morocco on map. The last known Barbary lion in the wild was shot in the Atlas Mountains in 1922. The two other primary predators of northern Africa, the Atlas bear and Barbary leopard, are now also extinct and critically endangered, respectively.
The detailed map of Morocco shows a labeled and large map of the country Morocco. This detailed map of Morocco will allow you to orient yourself in Morocco in Africa. The detailed Morocco map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
The regions of Morocco are subdivided into provinces and prefectures as its shown in the detailed map of Morocco. Those, in turn, are subdivided into cercles, municipalities or communes urbaines (urban communes), and (in some metropolitan areas) arrondissements. The cercles are subdivided into communes rurales. The municipalities and arrondissements should probably be thought of as fourth-level subdivisions, on the same level as communes rurales. Karem Abdalla reports that Morocco is introducing a new level of administration between the regions and the provinces/prefectures, called wilaya't (lands).
The political capital is Rabat, but the largest city is Casablanca; other main cities include Marrakesh, Tetouan, Tangier, Salé, Fes, Agadir, Meknes, Oujda, Kenitra, and Nador as its mentioned in the detailed map of Morocco. The population is almost entirely Arab-Berber. A large Jewish community lived in Morocco before the creation of Israel, numbering approximately 265,000 in 1948.
Compulsory military service in Morocco has been suppressed since September 2006, and the country reserve obligation lasts until age 50 (see the detailed map of Morocco). The country military consists of the Royal Armed Forces—this includes the army (the largest branch) and a small navy and air force—the National Police Force, the Royal Gendarmerie (mainly responsible for rural security), and the Auxiliary Forces.
Map of Northern Morocco shows the North part of the country Morocco. Northern Morocco map will allow you to easily explore areas of the North of Morocco in Africa. The map of Northern Morocco is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
There are several cities in northern Morocco as its shown in the map of Northern Morocco: Tangier, Volubilis, Meknes, Fes, and Rabat. Welcome to Tangier—the gateway between Europe and Africa. Located close to the south of Spain, visit the medina (old quarter), a café in the hip Zoco Chico square, or take a paseo to enjoy a stroll along the promenade. Or, travel straight on to the blue-washed city of Chefchaouen in the Rif Mountains. Fes is the oldest of the imperial cities in Morocco (Marrakech and Rabat are the other two) and perhaps the most interesting to explore. A UNESCO protected site, the city has not undergone much colonial development, leaving you to experience its medieval charm.
Northern Morocco teems with cultural and natural wonders. Explore the Chellah Necropolis fortification in the heart of the city and wander its Roman and Islamic ruins. Enter through the grand door of the Kasbah des Oudaias into Rabat old city center. From there, visit the 20th-century Andalusian Gardens and enjoy the serene space away from the crowds. Discover the Hassan Tower as its mentioned in the map of Northern Morocco, a minaret of the incomplete mosque and Mausoleum of Mohamed V.
Modern, ancient, bohemian, sophisticated — no matter how many superlatives you can think of, northern Morocco surpasses them all as youcan see in the map of Northern Morocco. You will navigate 11th-century medinas, browse wares in souks and markets, wander pretty blue-washed streets, and explore the well-preserved remains of the once prolific Roman Empire.
Map of Southern Morocco shows the South part of the country Morocco. Southern Morocco map will allow you to easily explore areas of the South of Morocco in Africa. The map of Southern Morocco is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Southern Morocco consists of the Anti Atlas and South Atlantic Coast regions as its mentioned in the map of Southern Morocco. The Anti Atlas is the furthermost part of Morocco where you will find ancient cities and launch points into the Sahara. This region is far more traditional than others, and therefore out of respect, modest dress is suggested. The South Atlantic Coast is home to some of the most popular and gorgeous beaches in all of Morocco and has an overall laid back vibe.
The climate in the South Atlantic Coast or southern Morocco is quite comfortable throughout the year, with summers staying around 80 degrees Fahrenheit and winters in the low 60. The best months for swimming are July and August, be prepared for crowded beaches though. The Anti Atlas boarders both the Sahara and the Atlantic coast as its shown in the map of Southern Morocco, meaning the western side of the region tends to stay in the 60 throughout the year. While the eastern, Saharan side, of the region can reach the high 80's in the summer and low 60's in the winter. The most popular activity in Southern Morocco is a day at the beach.
In the city of Taroudannt as you can see in the map of Southern Morocco, you will find a medium sized market town, often considered a smaller version of Marrakech. Spend the day exploring the stalls filled with local produce and beautiful handcrafted goods. For a great alternative to the beaches on the South Atlantic Coast, head to the city of Imouzzer, a small Berber village. Immouzzer is famous for their beautiful waterfalls nestled on a steep mountain with stunning views that are well worth the difficult climb. The majority of food options in Southern Morocco are that of traditional Moroccan food and pastries.