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Know the most beautiful villages in Morocco 10/2/14

Know the most beautiful villages in Morocco

If you’re traveling to Morocco, if you can, don´t forget to visit the most beautiful villages in this country.

 LEER EN ESPAÑOL: Conoce los pueblos más bonitos de Marruecos

Ait Ben Haddou 

PHOTO: Wikipedia

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Chaouen 

PHOTO: Pedro Miguel Ledo – travelersbook.net

Tourist Information: chaouen.net (Read in spanish)

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Essaouira 

FOTO: www.essaouira.com

Tourist Information: essaouira.com
Essaouira Travel Guide
– Where to Stay, Eat and When to Go to Essaouira: goafrica.about.com

 

Zagora

PHOTO: travel-444.blogspot.com

CLIC ON IMAGE TO DECIDE THE PRICE OF YOUR TRIP

CLIC ON IMAGE

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Asilah

CLIC ON IMAGE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND PHOTOS AT karininmorocco.blogspot.com

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Imlil

CLIC ON IMAGE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AT dhogle.wordpress.com

Tourist Information: www.imlilmorocco.com

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Moulay Idriss

PHOTO George Swann – WIKIPEDIA

Tinegir 

PHOTO: Fernando Mobu at panoramio

CLIC ON IMAGE TO DECIDE THE PRICE OF YOUR TRIP

CLIC ON IMAGE

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TOURIST INFORMATION MOROCCO:
www.completemorocco.com
www.visitmorocco.com


SOURCE:
‘Los diez pueblos más bonitos de Marruecos’ – traveler.es (Read in spanish)

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