National Day

The national day is celebrated on 18th November every year. It is celebrated as the Independence Day and hence a public holiday. The general workplaces, schools and most businesses remain closed this day. Morocco liberated itself from the French pilgrim rule on March 2, 1956, while freedom was conceded from Spain after one month on April 7, 1956. In spite of the fact that Morocco picked up its freedom on March 2, the North African nation recognizes the commemoration of autonomy on November 18 rather, in line with late King Hassan II.

National Anthem

The Cherifian Anthem is regarded as the national anthem of the Kingdom of Morocco. Its conmp[osition was given by Léo Morgan, a French military official and head of music for the imperial Moroccan Protector, under the rule of Sultan Yusef and Hubert Lyautey during the French protectorate. It has remained the national song of praise even after the nation picked up its autonomy in 1956. Though the anthem remained the same but another arrangement of verses was written in 1970. The “Sharif” of the title is a term given to one who is a defender of the clan and all the belongings. Arabic verses were made by Ali Squalli Houssaini in 1970.

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National Flag

There are three hues that make up the Moroccan banner. The field is red and is the overwhelming shading. In addition to keep its significant intact since Morocco’s commencement, the shading additionally symbolizes quality, valor, fortitude and solidness. The shading green is utilized for the five-pointed pentagram. The shading green symbolizes love, intelligence, harmony, happiness and expectation. It is also acknowledged as the shade of Islam. The third shade of the flag ,the pentagram, is sketched out in dark.

National Emblem

Coat of Arms is the national emblem of Morocco. This emblem highlights two lions supporting a shield that shows a green pentagram against a red foundation before the Atlas Mountains and rising sun. Over the crown rests a regal crown, and the maxim is shown in Arabic on a strip beneath. The present crest of Morocco was presented on 14th August 1957. It was created by the visual specialists Gauthier and Hainaut.

Capital of the Nation

Rabat is the capital of Morocco. One of the nation’s four royal urban communities, it is situated on the Atlantic coast at the mouth of the Wadi Bou Regreg. The historical backdrop of Rabat is firmly associated with that of Salé,which was first engaged by the Roman settlement of Sala.

The old town, still encompassed by bulwarks, lies close to the coast. Inside its strongholds are the medina (an old Muslim town) and the millah (Jewish quarter). when moving to its north, on a precipice over the Bou Regreg, stands the seventeenth century stronghold of Casbah des Oudaïa, with an awe inspiring twelfth century Almohad portal, an Andalusian nursery, and a connecting madrasah (religious school). Southeast of the old town are various remarkable chronicled structures, including the Tower of Hassān and the establishments of its never-finished mosque, opposite which is found the tomb of Muḥammad V.

National Currency

The dirham is the legitimate currency in Morocco, made up of 100 units every one of them called a santim. Dirhams are the official Moroccan cash since 1882, and they come in coins of nine divisions and banknotes of four categories. In spite of the fact that the Euro, US Dollar and, to a lesser degree, Sterling are acknowledged in certain visitor zones, the Moroccan cash (the Moroccan Dirham) is required for day to day usage.

National Dress

The customary dress for people is called djellaba; a long, free, hooded article of clothing with full sleeves. The djellaba has a hood that goes to a point called a qob. The qob shields the wearer from the sun or in colder atmospheres, similar to the mountains; the qob keeps in body heat and shields the face from snow. For uncommon events, men likewise wear a red top called a bernousse, all the more normally alluded to as a Fez. Ladies wear decorated kaftans. Almost all men, and most ladies, wear balgha, a delicate cowhide shoes with no heel, regularly colored yellow. Ladies likewise wear high-obeyed shoes, frequently with silver or gold tinsel.

The qualification between a djellaba and a kaftan is the hood on the djellaba, which a kaftan needs. Most ladies’ djellabas are splendidly hued and have luxurious styles of sewing, or beading, while men’s djellabas are typically plainer and hued impartially.

National Color

Moroccan artistic work is portrayed by the unmistakable utilization of six hues: White, Black, Blue, Green, Red And Yellow. The imagery of hues in the Moroccan culture is extraordinarily extracted from Islam

White is related with knowledge, respect, nobility and imaginative reasoning; Sufi devotees think about white as an inward light and depict it as the light of celestial privileged insights. Moroccans wear white garments in their cheerful and tragic events, and in this manner, apply the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammed. Black is identified with unclean and evil things; truth be told, there are still some Moroccan families that will not wear dark garments or use it in furniture and adorning.

Green is related with nature and ripeness. It additionally symbolizes flourishing. Blue is related with the supreme and the unending and it likewise exemplifies serenity and significant serenity. Red is related with purifying the body from evil spirits and yellow symbolizes the shriveling of items as their close to end.

National Poet

Mohammed Awzal is the most significant creator in the abstract convention of the Tashlehit-Berber language, also called the national poet of Morocco. He was born around 1680 in the town of al-Qaṣaba (Elqeṣba) in inborn domain of the Induzal, in the area of Sus in Morocco and passed away in 1749. He is the creator of a few works in Berber and Arabic which are protected in original copies. Right around 33% of all known Shilha original copies contain portions of his works, and the biggest Berber message in presence is a critique by al-Hasan al-Tamuddizti (d. 1898) on Awzal’s al-Hawd.

National Airline

Royal Air Maroc, all the more regularly known as RAM, is the Moroccan national transporter, just as the nation’s biggest aircraft. It is completely held by the administration of Morocco, and has its base camp on the grounds of Casablanca-Anfa Airport. From its base at Mohammed V International Airport, the transporter works a household organize in Morocco, planned worldwide flights to Africa, Asia, Europe, and North and South America, and periodic sanction flights that incorporate Hajj administrations. Regal Air Maroc—Compagnie Nationale de Transports Aériens came into existance in July 1953.

National Museum

The National Foundation of Museums of the Kingdom of Morocco was made in 2011. Under Law 01.09 overseeing this establishment, the national exhibition halls recently overseen by the Ministry of Culture, were endowed to its tutelage on February 2014. Led by Mehdi Qotbi, The National Foundation of Museums of the Kingdom of Morocco is a non-revenue driven establishment contributed lawful character and money related independence. The advancement of culture, just as the bolstering the protection and the improvement of the social and aesthetic Moroccan legacy are a piece of the primary objectives of the Foundation.

National Library

The National Library of the Kingdom of Morocco is situated in Rabat, Morocco with a branch in Tetouan. The Bibliothèque Générale was made in 1924 which was renamed as “Bibliothèque Nationale du Royaume du Maroc’ in 2003.

The library was established in 1924. After a dahir in 1926, it turned into an open foundation. Tétouan local Muhammad Abu Khubza created a library index for the branch in that city in 1984.

National Stadium

There is no specific national stadium in Morocco, however, it has 34 football stadiums. There is also a stadium named National Cricket Stadium which was a cricket ground situated in Tangiers, Morocco. It was the only stadium in Morocco that had been used for senior cricket.

National Game

Sports in Morocco alludes to the games played in the Kingdom of Morocco. Starting at 2007, Moroccan culture took an interest in numerous games, including handball, football, golf, tennis, ball, and sports. Hicham El Guerrouj, a resigned center separation sprinter for Morocco, won two gold decorations for Morocco at the Athletics at the 2004 Summer Olympics.

National River

Sebou River, significant river in northern Morocco, draining some portion of the Atlas Mountains and the Gharb coastal plain into the Atlantic Ocean. From its source as the Guigou River in the Middle Atlas (Moyen Atlas), it streams northward to Fès and afterward westbound to the Atlantic at Mehdiya—a distance of 280 miles (450 km). The Sebou bowl is a noteworthy olive, rice, wheat, sugar beet, citrus, and grape region. Kenitra, 10 miles (16 km) upstream from Mehdiya, is a very busy port at the head of route for oceangoing vessels. Tributaries of the Sebou incorporate the Rdom River, which is the area of a thermal generating.

National Mountain

The national mountain of Morocco is Toubkal or Tubkal. These mountais are located in Toubkal national park. The height of these mountains is 4167 meters. It is the highest mountain in North Africa and arab world. These mountains are located at 63 km south of city of Marrakesh. These mountains are visible from this city.

National Park

There is no specific national park of Morocco. There are many beautiful, vast and green parks which are present in Morocco. These parks are famous for their greenery, animals and for their mountainous structures. There is a list of parks in Morocco which are the reserves of Morocco. These famous parks include Tazekka national park, Toubkal national park, Souss-Massa national park, Ifrane national park.

National Zoo

The national zoo of Morocco is Rabat national zoo. It was established in 1973. This zoo kept lions which were previously kept in the royal place. .. The zoo not only has animals but it also focuses a special attention on the welfare , caring , protection and management of these animals. It provides a home and host to various species of birds and animals. 350 different species are found here comprising of three thousand animals. These animals are also exchanged with other zoo animals for their breeding and management purposes. This zoo also acts as a major source for nation’s income generating about LKR 40 million annually. This zoo has enormous flora. Mang trees and large landscapes are found in it. These trees and shrubs , herbs also provide a source of medicinal significant plants.

National Forest

There is no specific national forest of Morocco. There are many beautiful, vast and green parks which are present in Morocco. These parks are famous for their greenery, animals and for their mountainous structures. There is a list of parks in Morocco which are the reserves of Morocco. These famous parks include Tazekka national park, Toubkal national park, Souss-Massa national park, Ifrane national park.

National Tree

The national tree of Morocco is the Argan tree. It is also Known as the “Tree of Life” to the Berbers for the many health benefits it brings, argan tree from spiny family (argania spinosa) grows exclusively in the south-west of Morocco in the Souss Plain, where there are 21 million trees covering almost 800,000 hectares.As home to this rare and endangered species, the Argan forest was declared an International Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1998.The Argan tree can reach a height of between 8 and 10 metres and some have been known to live as long as 200 years. The root system extends to a considerable depth, which helps to protect against soil erosion and hold back encroachment by the Sahara Desert.

National Flower

The national Flower of Morocco is Rose. It is very beautiful and good looking flower which is famous in all over the world for its beautiful fragrance and colors. There are many varieties of roses present in Morocco.

National Animal

Barbary lion is the national animal of morocco. The Barbary lion represent to the Moroccan. In the flag of Morocco, there have two images of Barbary lion. The Barbary lions the National Symbol of Morocco.The Barbary lions lived in the Atlas Mountains of Northern Africa, from Morocco to Egypt. We know from the history Barbary lions originates from Italy. In the hour of Roman Emperors, Barbary lions are utilized to adversary of the gladiator’s.

Barbary lions favored uneven and forested territory. They were lone animals. Nonetheless, chronicled records propose that they were frequently considered chasing to be a unit.

National Bird

The national bird of Morocco is the Moussier’s redstart. It belongs to the thrush family. It is now classified as the Old World flycatcher. It is the resident breeder in the Atlas Mountains of Africa. This bird is very beautiful. Male has black head and white strips above each aye and below the neck. There are white wings patch. They have rich chestnut tail.

National Fruit

There is no specific national fruit of Morocco. The country is home garden of apple, avocado, almonds, bananas, kiwi, plums, persimmons, nuts, grape, pomegranate, and orange trees. In Morocco, oranges and clementines account for more than eight percent of the fruit grown in Morocco.

National Vegetable

There is no specific national vegetable of Morocco. There are many vegetables which produced in Morocco. About 43% of arable land is devoted to cereals, 7% to plantation crops (olives, almonds, citrus, grapes, dates), 3% to pulses, 2% to forage, 2% to vegetables, 2% to industrial crops (sugar beets, sugar cane, cotton) and oilseeds, and 42% was fallow.

National Dish

The national dish of Morocco is Couscous. It is actually a maghrebi dish.It is steamed small balls of crushed durum wheat which served with stew spooned on the top. It is the steppled food throughout the North Africa.

National Sweet

There is no specific national sweet of Morocco. There are many sweets and deserts ate by the people of Morocco. Here is the list of sweet dishes which we can enjoy while our stay at Morocco.

Seffa. Couscous and vermicelli are generally known as savory dishes, but Morocco makes a sweet version with the ingredients that will lure in your taste buds. …
Briouat. …
Chebakia. …
Sfenj. …
M’hanncha. …
Maamoul. …
National Drink

The national drink of Morocco is berber whiskey. People in Morocco used this drink as their national drink. It is the most famous drink in the Morocco. People used this drink in summers and also during the winters.

National Holiday

There is no specific national holiday of Morocco. They celebrate their many holidays with full zeal and zest. The most important holidays given to People of Morocco includes

New Year’s Day

Tue, 1 Jan

Anniversary of the Independence Manifesto

Fri, 11 Jan

Labour Day

Wed, 1 May

Eid al-Fitr

4 – 5 Jun

Throne DaY

Tue, 30 Jul

National Income

The national income of Morocco is 292.6 billion PPP dollars. According to GDP rank , Morocco is at the 58th number. The GDP per capita rank of Morocco is 123rd.


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