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Morocco: The Country That Travel With You | Gavin Manerowski

Earlier, Gavin Manerowski visiting Morocco are enchanters, mesmerized by the varied architecture, the Medina on cobbled street, the dazzling sand of the Sahara, and the stunning snow capped Atlas Mountains whilst staying in the brilliant Raids (Traditional homes that are sometime converted to hotels that have a unique courtyard that conveniently ventilate the structure), on a lush green garden with a labyrinth of culture, history and beauty. I think people are familiar with this country due to its stunning artistry and the captivating landmarks which are quite inspiring for the tourist all over the world.

Gavin Manerowski - MoroccoMorocco the city of “Marrakech” is actually the one of the major cultural centers on it. It is also one of the top tourist destinations in the Country. It is situated on the foothills of the Atlas Mountain. Marrakech has snow capped peaks which are magnificent background and atmospheric accent to the beautiful city. The mountains have played a significant role in the cultural heritage of the city and held an almost spiritual significance. Morocco is a great place to visit if we have an interest in history, art, and culture. Morocco desert tour offers a great way to experience the rich history of the country and visits its amazing places. It is basically dubbed the red city because of the red sandstone building.  Due to some miles from Atlas Mountains, has a more semi – arid climate and is replete with the local markets, garden monuments, palaces, food, fun and entertainment. The main places are Koutoubia Mosque, Bahia Palaces, Saadian Tombs, you can also roam around and have traditional morocco lanterns or slippers, and of course purchase carpets which is very famous there.

Like, Gavin Manerowski loves to visit “Rabat” The capital city of Morocco, you will also visit and find a lot of Morocco galleries as well as an archaeological museum, while visiting this city you will find a place called Temara, covered with the natural as well as artificial forest, whenever you see this for the first time you will be blown away by the beauty of this place. Rabat means “Fortified Place” Showcasing its prominent military importance.  It has a heavy French influence and houses the kings and embassies. Their main languages are Arabic and French. Most escorted group tours goes to the abandon mosque, Hassan towers which are about the half the intended size i.e. 140 ft (Approx). Also common visitors are royal residence, Pietri square, the Kasbah of Udayas. The Rabat archeological museum and Riad district. The weather and food are blissfully Mediterranean, therefore beach activity and, lounging are constant go-toes. There are also there other cities Meknes (famous for exquisite gates), Fez is called the “Heart of Morocco” – at least in a religion or intellectual sense (It is more inland than coast) (Famous for the food stands, silk, and tapestry shops, brass and copper souks, mosques and bazaars.

The cuisine is also very peculiar and delight like the special morocco dishes (It is made by Moroccan chef, and it is baked over the fire in a closed clay pot), it is usually eaten with the round bread, Couscous (Spherical Granules made by rolling and shaping moistened semolina wheat and then coating with the finely grounded wheat flour), Meat (Beef is the most eaten meat in morocco).

Moroccan cuisines are one of the most cuisines in the Mediterranean dishes. The civilization that lived enriches the cuisine with the diversity. Moroccan people love to show their hospitality toward people with their refined, rich dishes.

So go and visit morocco for its different civilization, its rich, diverse culture which made you to love morocco and not to forget to taste its rich cuisine, which is also very diverse in taste and making process, so once in our lifetime we should visit this.