Morocco is one of the best known North African countries, thanks in the main to films that feature cities like Marrakech, Tangier and Casablanca. It’s perhaps not surprising given the fact that it is the closest African nation to the western world, with just the 14km Strait of Gibraltar dividing it from mainland Spain. In fact, technically it borders Europe, with two autonomous Spanish cities to the north: Cueta (6.3km) and Melilla (9.6km). Morocco’s other neighbors are Algeria (1,559km) and Western Sahara (443km).
My brother went to Morocco in December and was suppose to return by March 16 - no one has heard from him? How can I find out if he is in a hospital or jail or is something happened to him, please help.
mad_web_serfer 24th February 2005
You need to put population graphs that show what happened in the last hundred years and if it increased or decreased.
Packard Bell 30th December 2004
Morocco is a country in North Africa. The main religion is Islam. The main languages are Arabic and Berber. The French protectorate of Morocco together with Spanish Morocco became independent in 1956. The country is a parliamentary democratic monarchy.