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Morocco

Morocco has four mountain ranges: the Rif, the Middle Atlas, the High Atlas and Anti-Atlas

The highest peak is the Toubkal, which reaches 4162 meters in altitude. Among the Rif and Middle Atlas is the valley of Sebu. From Larache to Agadir Atlantic is plain and between the previous and the Middle Atlas is a plateau above 500 meters. South of the Anti-Atlas and the Sahara desert begins.

The climate is Mediterranean, with a clear winter rainfall distribution (ranging between 300 and 800 mm (to 1,000 mm in the region of Tanger-Tetouan) and January temperatures of around 12 - 13 ° C on the coast and 10ºC in Fez, Meknes and Marrakech Oujdah. July temperatures around 25 ° C on the coast and inland locations. In the mountains the rainfall is more abundant and lower temperatures. in the Sahara desert and the weather is.

The rivers princitives: Sebu, Moulouya, Rbia and rage Draa.y OM



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El Atlas

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El Atlas

The Atlas is a system mounted & ntilde; bear walking over 2400 miles northwest AFRICA, from T & uacute; Algeria and Tunisia to Morocco. Its peak m & aacute; s high is the Toubkal, with 4167m in southwestern Morocco. The population & oacute; n Atlas is mainly Berber in Morocco and & aacute; Arab in Algeria. In the area of ??Morocco, the range is divided into the Middle Atlas m & aacute; s near the coast and up to 3350 meters high, the Grand Atlas and High Atlas m & aacute; s south and up to 4165 m and the Anti Atlas m & aacute; s south and up to 2060 m.

The Atlas separates the seashores Mediterráneo & aacute; neo and c & eacute; anus Atl & aacute;. Ntico Sahara desert and, in fact, is one of the factors that cause dryness of the desert

Its formation & oacute; n is a consequence of the approximation & oacute; n & oacute collision; n between Europe and AFRICA. The range is divided from west to east in Anti Atlas, High Atlas, Middle Atlas, Tell Atlas, Atlas Saharian and Forestry Aur & egrave; s. No Paleozoic, the rest of the range has been formed during the Cenozoic (& uacute;; last few 65 Ma) by compression & oacute; n previous extensive basin (Mesozoic) that secu & iacute; Except in the Anti Atlas, where deformaci & oacute documented an one distribution & oacute ; space n similar to the current Atlas, whose formation & oacute; n was held during the opening of c & eacute; anus Atl & aacute; ntico (separation & oacute; n Am & eacute; rica and AFRICA).


El Rif

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El Rif

The Rif is a mountain chain & ntilde; bear that geol & oacute; logically part of the Gibraltar Arc (with the Range B & eacute; tica), an or & oacute; geno of Per & iacute; odo tertiary. The MOUNTAIN as Rif show a sharp relief to the banks of the Mediterráneo & aacute; neo from Nador to Tetu & aacute; n, being common for MOUNTAIN as ending in violent cliffs, in contrast to the gentle hills around T & aacute;. Nger

To the east, the limestone peaks are filled with TREES and the section & oacute; Central n the Rif, the oaks give way to high cedar forests inhabited among others esp & eacute; species of the famous Macaque Berber & iacute; to; There are also & eacute; n quif plantations in Ketama. Aqu & iacute; est & aacute; the Tiguid & iacute; n, Breeding & ntilde; on whose summit is often covered with snow. AFTER & eacute; s, mountains & ntilde; as are m & aacute; s red and the ground is bare and barren around Al Hoceima. Sincehere & iacute; to Oujda (located south of a f & eacute; fertile coastal plain, on the border with Algeria) field is & aacute; packed beds of r & iacute; or dry, the & quot; uad & quot; (En espa & ntilde; ol, wadis)
. The beaches of the Costa del Rif, at the foot of the mountains & ntilde; as, are among the best in Morocco, and constitute an attractive tur & iacute;. Stico and some of the best fish restaurants in Morocco are in this area

MOUNTAIN Rif as a subspecies harboring own bee mel & iacute;. Fera best known Apis mellifera, used for beekeeping


Jbel Toubkal

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Jbel Toubkal

Jbel Toubkal is the peak m & aacute; s high in Morocco, and all AFRICA Northern est & aacute; Located in the Atlas, and has an altitude m & aacute;. XIMA 4,167 meters

It is one of the few peaks of pa & iacute; s where you can enjoy the snow, as & eacute; sta remains at the peak most of the a & ntilde; or

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There are hundreds of expeditions to climb this high mounts & ntilde; a, which is & aacute; located m & aacute something; s 60 km from Marrakech, and is one of the main attractions tur & iacute; sticas area. The way to attack the summit is from the village of Imlil, situated at 1,800 meters, which can be reached by road from Marrakech in direction & oacute; n south in little m & aacute; s an hour. In Imlil can get the help of a gu & iacute; a with a mule to carry luggage to either shelters High MOUNTAIN found at 3,200 meters; the way to shelters is done in about five hours. The ascenso from shelters to the top takes about four hours. It is an upgrade f & aacute; cil without any difficulty t & eacute; technique, STILL solely to overcome the gap. With snow is advisable to use crampons and nighttime temperatures are very low until late spring. N gu & iacute;; for since the path is f & aacute;. & Oacute not the utilization is necessary cil

Est & aacute; also located & eacute; n in the Toubkal National Park

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Tambi & eacute; n can say that is & aacute; about 180 km from the coast, and about 170 km from the border with pa & iacute;. s neighbor, Algeria


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