Morocco’s tourism industry is still struggling to recover from the 2008 earthquake and the 2011 war.
But, it seems, there is a bright future for tourism in the country.
In the capital, Casablanca, Casbah and Al-Zabadani have been ranked among the top ten most popular destinations in the world for the past decade.
It’s not just the capital that has seen a boom, with tourists flocking to the city for the first time.
Al-Jawadiyah is a popular destination for locals.
According to Tourism Morocco, it has seen more than 300,000 visits in the past five years.
In 2017, there were about 12,000 overnight visitors and 1,200 overnight stays, according to the tourism ministry.
The city’s main street is packed with locals and tourists alike, with the city’s cultural and social scene as well as the city of Casablancas architecture, history and heritage still drawing crowds.
Al-Jawanah, or Al-Dahia, is the main tourist attraction in the city, according the tourism agency.
Al Dahia is also known as the Golden Temple.
This is where the Moroccan national flag is hoisted, as it is one of the oldest religious symbols in the Islamic world, according Tourism Morocco.
Tourism Morocco is also planning to open its second Al-Maghribi market, which will be located at the Al-Hirat Hotel in Al-Bazoura.
This market will also feature more than 200 stalls selling traditional Moroccan food.
Al Hirat is one the oldest hotels in the area, dating back to 1797.
Tourism Morocco says Al Hicham will be the main market to cater to tourists, and the hotel has already received bids for its renovation.
Al Hajari is a beautiful, historic city in the north of Casbah.
According the tourism department, it is home to more than 500,000 visitors every year.
Al Masjid al-Masjid is one area where Al Masqeira has been successful.
It is a peaceful, peaceful city with the Islamic Mosque at the center of it.
This mosque, located at a hilltop overlooking the river, is a place for prayer and reciting of the Qur’an, according Al Masajid.
Al Muqarram, a city that is located in the northeast of Casaba, is also one of Morocco’s most popular tourist destinations.
It was built in the 12th century, and is home not only to Casaba’s oldest mosque, but also to the Casaba Mosque, the Casablacan’s largest mosque.
In Casablacs heart, Al-Alou is also a popular tourist destination.
Al Alou is the only major city in Morocco with its own airport, and has hosted many international flights to and from the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, France, Italy, Belgium and Canada.
Al Alam is the countrys most popular destination, with a population of more than 80,000, according a tourism department official.
Al Amar is the second largest city in Casablans capital, Al Gharbi, and hosts more than 40,000 people.
It has a popular shopping district, Al Qarara, with shopping malls and shopping malls, according tourism department.
Al Qarra is also home to the country’s largest public park, the National Park.
It also has the largest number of archaeological sites and monuments in the entire country, according National Geographic.
Al Qara is located along the Tigris River, which flows through the city.
There are also a number of hotels in Al Qarah.
Tourism Moroccan says Al Qarras population is growing at a rapid pace, with an average of nearly 100,000 annual visitors.
There is also the Casbah Beach, which is also part of Al Qarfar, a popular resort in Al Ghebir, a nearby city in Al Ghadir Province.
Al Ghadiri is another popular tourist resort, located in Casaba.
It attracts more than 60,000 tourists each year.
There also are three hotels in town: the Casabi hotel, the Mango hotel and the Riza hotel.
Al Ghareeb, also known by the Arabic name of Al Ghafir, is located near the city and has a number a hotels, restaurants, and shops.
Al Mouar is also an important tourist destination in Casabas heart, where the city is located.
It holds its own in the number of visitors it receives, according tourists and tourism authorities.
The capital city has a population close to 120,000 and is considered the most attractive destination in Morocco.
The Casablan is also well known for its history, which stretches back to the 14th century and was the location of the last of the Muslim empires.
It had a large Arab presence before it became a country