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According to shoppingpicks, in the month of January, Morocco experiences mild temperatures with some rain and occasional snowfall in mountainous regions. The average temperature is around 12°C, although temperatures can vary widely depending on location. Along the coast and in the south, temperatures tend to be higher than in the north. Rainfall is common throughout the month, especially in northern and western parts of the country. February brings an increase in temperatures to around 15°C but rainfall continues in many parts of Morocco. Snow can still be seen at higher elevations but it is becoming less common as the month progresses. March sees a further increase in temperatures to around 18°C and rainfall tends to decrease significantly throughout most parts of Morocco. April brings warmer weather with average temperatures ranging from 19-22°C, although rain continues to be possible throughout much of the country. Morocco is a very diverse country in terms of climate. On the coast, where Rabat and Casablanca are located, a Mediterranean type of weather prevails: dry and warm summers (25°C) and fairly wet winters. The northwest has the most rainfall. The more you go into the country, the hotter and drier it gets. Until you encounter the Atlas Mountains. It is cool there and you can sometimes even ski in the winter! Behind the mountains, in the east and south of Morocco, lies the Sahara desert. In summer it often reaches 40°C. So stay away. Check aristmarketing for Morocco in 1997.

Morocco Geography and Population

Morocco – geography The landscape is dominated by the Atlas Mountains, which cut through the country from southwest to northeast and continue into Algeria. In Morocco are the three parallel chains, Anti Atlas, High Atlas (Toubkal 4165 m) and Middle Atlas. To the north are the Rif Mountains, which delimit the narrow coastal plain to… Read More »

Sights of Morocco

Morocco is the most northwestern country in Africa. The Dutch mainly know the country as the country where the ancestors of which a reasonable number of compatriots descend. Where tourism to Morocco used to mainly consist of family visits by immigrant Moroccans and their descendants, there is now a clear shift towards Dutch tourists who… Read More »

Morocco Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax System Basic data According to cheeroutdoor.com, the Moroccan economy has undergone significant changes in the last ten years. The economy, which was traditionally based on agricultural production, underwent significant structural reforms and increased its industrial capacity. Morocco is the 6th largest economy on… Read More »

Morocco Visa, Embassy, Holidays and Shopping

VISAS, ENTRY RULES, CUSTOMS REGULATIONS in in Morocco In June 2005, the Moroccan government canceled visas for Russian citizens. Now, for a trip to this country, a passport is enough, the validity of which must exceed six months from the date of the start of the trip. The import of foreign currency into Morocco is… Read More »

How to Get Around Morocco

By plane The easiest way to get there is by plane – there are direct flights from Moscow and many options with transfers in European cities. The most convenient and inexpensive option is a flight from Moscow to Casablanca with a transfer in Istanbul on a Turkish Airlines flight. You can choose a long transfer… Read More »

Morocco Recent History

The success of Annual against the Spaniards in 1921 had enormously increased the prestige of Abd el-Krim, whose ambitious plan to found an independent state in western Morocco was aided by the policy of “semi-abandonment” adopted by Spain after the unfortunate political war that, practically expressing itself in the intention of remaining only on the… Read More »

Morocco Agriculture

With livestock farming, it constitutes the main resource of Morocco and the basis of its economic future. The most fertile regions are the Gharb, the Sebou valley, the Chaouïa, Doukkala; a good economic future, from an agricultural point of view, promises the regions of Meknès and Fez. An extensive remediation program aims to improve the… Read More »

Morocco Anthropology and Ethnology

The indigenous peoples of North Africa are ordinarily designated by the name of Berbers. The Arab population forms only a thin layer, on top of a newly modified and easy to trace substrate. This is very evident in Morocco where the decidedly Berber populations form the great majority of the residents, and occupy almost the… Read More »

Morocco Archeology

The entire territory of today’s Morocco has offered in recent years evidence of all the main prehistoric eras, except for the singular decline recorded in the Mesolithic. The direct and fruitful contact between the Moroccan coasts and the Iberian territory, which will know significant confirmations up to the modern age, is validated and extended in… Read More »

Morocco Archeology Overview

Prehistory. – The region has been inhabited since the most remote prehistoric times and recent excavations have broadened the framework of our knowledge. In the Sidi Abd ar-Raḥmān quarry, 20 km. in S. of Casablanca, a Clactonian-Abbevillian industry is associated in the solidified dune with remains of contemporary fauna. The different periods of the lower… Read More »

Morocco Arts

Ever since Morocco opened up to European scholars, it has revealed itself as a promised land of Islamic art, which is closely linked to Spain. There are no monuments as ancient as in eastern Barbary. Almost nothing remains of the era of the Idrisites, of that century. IX which saw the great mosque of Kairouan… Read More »

Morocco Travel Advice

General travel information for Morocco Continent: Africa Geographical location: Northwest Africa, on the Mediterranean coast and the Atlantic Highest elevation: Jabal Toubkal (4167 m above sea level) Longest river: Oum er Rabia (555 km) Form of government: Hereditary monarchy System of Government: Constitutional monarchy Languages: Arabic and Tamazight Neighboring countries: Western Sahara (occupied by Morocco)… Read More »