Morocco is situated on the westernmost tip of North Africa, circumscribing Algeria toward the east, Mauritania and the contested domain of Western Sahara toward the south, the Atlantic sea toward the west, and the Mediterranean toward the north.
Going through the center of the nation is the Atlas Mountain go. The Middle Atlas range compasses up from the south, ascending to over 2,000m (6,562ft). It’s known for forests of pine, oak and cedar, open pastureland, and little lakes. The Rif Mountains keep running along the north coast. Frequently snow-shrouded in winter, Morocco’s mountains are home to the nation’s noteworthy indigenous Berber population.
The significant lot of Atlantic coast down Morocco’s western side highlights cool winds and long sandy shorelines. It is isolated from the precipitous locale by wide swathes of fruitful fields. Toward the north is the Mediterranean coast, only a short distance from the European landmass – Gibraltar is one hour’s ship ride.
The Sahara — the biggest desert on the planet — extends its toes into southern Morocco. A long way from being featureless, it is specked with traditional villages and cool oases.
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