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“Morocco, the gift that keeps on giving” by H.E Mr. Karim Medrek

 

 

The « Canberra Weekly » magazine has published on its latest edition, issued on the 23rd of July 2020, an article entitled “Morocco, the gift that keeps on giving” by H.E Karim Medrek, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco.

In this article, the Ambassador sheds lights on the major cultural and touristic assets of the Kingdom, a millenary country that has been for centuries, a land for multiculturalism, tolerance and intercultural dialogue. Mr. Medrek considers that the Kingdom “resolutely turned towards the future, has managed to preserve its traditions and nurture its cultural heritage, by making of both basic levers for development”.

In the same vein, the Ambassador mentioned that Morocco’s strategic location at the crossroads of cultures and civilizations provides travellers with “intriguing historic sites, authentic cuisine, and changing scenery which is perfect to explore a fascinating destination”.

The Ambassador puts a special emphasis on the major imperial and touristic attractions of the Kingdom such as the city of Fez, the cultural and spiritual capital of the Kingdom, Casablanca, the country’s principal economic hub, Marrakech, one of the most important tourist destinations in Africa and the Middle East, in addition to Meknes and Essaouira, among others, providing an impressive scenery and spectacular fortified walls.

Mr.Medrek has equally evoked the opportunity to explore the Kingdom’s desert, especially by visiting Merzouga, which is one of the gateways to the Sahara. The Ambassador concluded by stressing that Morocco, a haven of peace and quietude, anticipates the wishes of its visitors, by providing them by worth living and infinite cultural experiences making of Morocco a precious gift that keeps on giving.

 

https://canberraweekly.com.au/morocco-the-gift-that-keeps-on-giving/