Rich traditions faithfully preserved, architecture that runs from ancient buildings in the medinas to monumental temples and Art Deco gems, unrivalled gastronomy, more than 3,500km of coastline and dreamy landscapes taking in the desert, deep valleys and Atlas Mountains.
As you explore various places in Morocco, there’s one delicious common denominator: a savoury and distinctive Maghrebi (North African) cuisine unlike any other we know of, drawing from Middle East, the rest of Africa, and even southern Spain.
Oguz Dikbakan   In the West these days, we rarely if ever spare a thought for North Africa's largest and second-most populous country, but as this blog has reported several times, Algeria is an...
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