Morocco is known as the backyard of Africa. It seems like a fairy tale world, the legendary "land of cool under the hot sun". It has a vast ocean on one side and an endless desert on the other. It is a romantic and beautiful country with not only beautiful scenery, but also beautiful women.
Morocco is extremely friendly with China. The two countries established diplomatic relations on November 1, 1958, and have maintained close and friendly relations since the establishment of diplomatic relations. Morocco has unconditional visa-free access to China, and Chinese tourists are very popular in Morocco, with a large number of Chinese tourists visiting Morocco for sightseeing every year in the past.
Morocco's population is about 36 million people, 75% are Arabs and 20% are Berbers, both of which are white, while the Spanish and French expatriates are close to 2 million, so Morocco's white population accounts for 95% of the total population, so there are basically no blacks in Morocco.
It is also precisely because of the ethnic diversity and history that Morocco is rich in mixed-race beauty. There are many women and few men in Morocco, so there is definitely a feeling of beauty in the streets. Many Moroccan beauties will express their love for China, and even willing to marry Chinese guys.
Morocco is bordered by the raging Atlantic Ocean to the west, the gentle Mediterranean Sea to the northeast, and the Strait of Gibraltar to the north, separated from Europe. To the southeast lies the Sahara Desert that haunted Sansha. It has been repeatedly listed by Lonely Planet as one of the top ten destinations in the world.
Each city in Morocco has its own distinctive color. The red of Marrakech represents passion, the white of Casablanca represents purity, the blue of Chefchaouen represents romance, and the gold of the Sahara represents vastness; it is like God's overturned palette, combining all kinds of flavors in one.
In addition to its stunning coastal scenery, Morocco has handsome mountains and rivers due to its location in the western section of the Atlas Mountains, which are the Rif Mountains, the Lesser Atlas Mountains, the Greater Atlas Mountains and the Middle Atlas Mountains in order from north to south.
If we visit Morocco, we cannot miss the capital city of Dar Rabat, where the old town was built in the 18th century and the new one in 1912. The Udaya Castle, the Medina, the New Town, the Hassan Tower, the Mausoleum of Mohammed V and other monuments in the city are all listed as World Heritage sites and are all memorable places.
Of course we can't miss the azure blue of Shevsharvan and the largest medina in the world, the 2800 year old "City of Labyrinths" in Fes. And of course the red Marrakech, the "Red City" with its unforgettable warmth.
Perhaps most desirable of all is Casablanca, the largest city in Morocco. The many European-style buildings, wide streets, passing trams and fountain squares there will make you feel like you have traveled to Europe.
It is not an exaggeration to describe Morocco as a "fairy tale world", everyone who has seen it will miss it when they leave, and because of this many people will go there again and again, and this is the enchanting Morocco. Will you go to Morocco one day?