Morocco’s rich historical past is reflected in its modern-day culture. Foods, languages, art, and landmarks in Morocco are a fusion of the various ethnicities, religions, and nationalities that have made their mark in Moroccan culture. In an ordinary café in the busiest cities of Casablanca, Marrakech, or Rabat, one might hear Arabic, Berber, French, Spanish, or even English being spoken by Moroccan nationals and tourists.
Marrakech is home to the great International Film Festival, showcasing films from all corners of the earth—adding to Marrakech’s already diverse atmosphere. And people from all over Morocco and the world gather in Essaouira yearly to celebrate the legacy of ancient music fused with a modern day melting pot of jazz, pop, rock, and contemporary world music at the Gnaoua World Music Festival.
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