Morocco offers a blending
of traditions which impact its culture: mixed with the
Arab foundation are distinct influences from Andalusia
in Spain, as well as the strong evidence of the French
occupation. These traits are apparent in the music,
the language, the culture and the cuisine of Morocco.
Apart from classical Arabic,
the languages of education, a dialectal Arab is spoken.
Most Moroccans speak French and many speak Spanish in
the Northern (Tangier, Tetouan) and Southern parts of
Morocco (Laayoune, Dakhla). German and English are spoken
as a foreign language by those who studied and people
who work in the tourism field.
Islam is the official religion
in Morocco, but it exists in perfect coexistence with
the other religions.
Morocco is the only one country which accommodates
an important population of Jews people without any