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Marrakesh («the red city») is the capital of the Marrakesh -Safi region, in Central Morocco (Maghreb)

  1. مراكش in Arabic
  2. ⴰⵎⵓⵔⴰⴽⵓⵛ in Berber
  3. Population of Marrakesh: 0.9 millions inhabitants
    1. Marrakesh is the fourth Moroccan city by population, after Casablanca, Fez and Tangier
  4. Marrakesh is an important tourist, commercial, religious and cultural centre of Morocco and the Maghreb
    1. Two million tourists per year
  5. Real estate and hotel development boom
  6. The most important economic activities in Marrakesh are trade, tourism and crafts
    1. 18 souks (markets) in Marrakesh
    2. Three large shopping centres: Al Mazar Mall, Plaza Marrakesh and Plaza Marjane
  7. Two industrial neighbourhoods: Sidi Ghanem and Al Massar
  8. Cement factory (Italian company)
  9. Aero-Expo Marrakesh International Exhibition of aeronautical industries and services

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Miloud Chaabi (Moroccan Businessman)


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  1. Elevation of Marrakesh: 450 meters
  2. Marrakesh is at the Atlas Mountains foot
  3. Climate of Marrakesh: warm semi-arid
  4. Marrakesh is one of the ancient imperial cities of Morocco
  5. Jemaa el-Fnaa Square
  6. Marrakesh Medina is a UNESCO world heritage site
  7. Mosque of the Kutubia
  8. 1062: foundation of Marrakesh by King Almoravid, Abu Bakr ibn Umar

Moroccan region: Marrakesh, Safi

Transport and Logistics in Marrakesh (Morocco)

  1. Menara International Airport
  2. Railways to Casablanca, Tangier, Fez, Meknes and Rabat
  3. Road A7: Marrakesh -Casablanca (210 kilometres) and Marrakesh -Agadir (233 kilometres)
  4. Road: Marrakesh, Chichaoua, Esauira.
  5. Access to the Cairo-Dakar corridor
  6. Distances from Marrakesh to:
    1. Tangier: 580 kilometres
    2. Rabat: 327 kilometres
    3. Casablanca: 239 kilometres
    4. Agadir: 246 kilometres
    5. Beni Mellal: 196 kilometres
    6. Esauira: 177 kilometres
    7. Agadir: 246 kilometres

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  1. Safi is in the Atlantic Ocean, west of Morocco
    1. أسفي in Arabic
    2. ⴰⵙⴼⵉ in Berber
  2. Capital of the Safi province: Safi
  3. Population of Safi: 415,000 inhabitants
    1. Safi agglomeration: 882,000 inhabitants
  4. Safi is the main Moroccan fishing port of sardine industry
  5. Phosphates, textiles and ceramics exports
  6. Climate of the Safi province: Mediterranean

Moroccan region: Marrakesh -Safi

  1. Marrakesh (capital)
  2. Chichaoua
  3. Al Haouz
  4. El Kelaa des Sraghna
  5. Esauira
  6. Rehamna
  7. Safi
  8. Youssoufia

Population of the Marrakesh -Safi region: 4.5 millions inhabitants

Doing Business in Morocco (Master)

Higher Education in Marrakesh - Morocco

  1. Polytechnic University Mohammed VI
  2. Cadi Ayyad University
  3. Private University of Marrakesh

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