Emigration to Morocco
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Emigration to Morocco

Area: 446,550 km² (with Western Sahara) 712,550 km² Population: 33,986,655 (without Western Sahara) 34,589,908 (with Western Sahara) (July 2017) Population density: 76 E / km² (without Western Sahara) 48.5 E / km² (with Western Sahara) Form of Government: Hereditary monarchy System of Government: constitutional monarchy Neighboring countries: Algeria, (Western Sahara) Capital: Rabat National Languages: Moroccan Arabic, French and Tamazight Religions: The state religion is […]

Volubilis Archaeological Site (World Heritage)
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Volubilis Archaeological Site (World Heritage)

The Roman settlement was an important outpost of the Roman Empire in the province of Mauretania Tingitana from AD 44. Even today, the archaeological finds, such as B. the triumphal arch of Caracalla, thermal baths, villas (“House of Venus”) with unique mosaics and the remains of the five-aisled basilica to the importance of the city. […]

Kairouan Medina (World Heritage)
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Kairouan Medina (World Heritage)

Kairouan was founded by the Umayyads in the 7th century and was the first Arab city to be founded in North Africa. The city experienced its heyday around 900. Today, numerous monuments testify to its long history, such as B. the massive city wall or the seventeen-aisled Great Mosque. It is considered the most important […]

Algeria Early History
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Algeria Early History

A unified history of today’s Algeria, which was originally inhabited by numerous, politically fragmented Berber tribes, has only existed, like the name Algeria, since the 16th century. From the early days to the Ottoman rule Since the 12th century BC Small parts of the country, especially on the coast, belonged to the Phoenician, later to […]

Ethiopia Schools
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Ethiopia Children and School

Lots of kids In Ethiopia – as in many other African countries – the birth rate is high. That’s what you call it when a woman has many children. Unlike us, there is no pension or health insurance. Anyone getting old or sick must be able to rely on someone to take care of them. […]