Background and Geography of Morocco

Background and Geography of Morocco

Morocco is located in the north-western corner of the African continent. It is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the west, the Mediterranean Sea to the north and Algeria to the east and southeast

Land area Morocco

Agriculture:                 299,600 square kilometres

Forests:                        43,784 square kilometres

Water:                         250 square kilometres

National Park:             102,666 square kilometres

Total land area:           446,300 square kilometres

Regions in Morocco

Morocco is divided into 16 regions. Oued Ed-Dahab-Lagouira is the biggest region in Morocco covering an area of 50,880 square kilometres

Mountains: Atlas Mountain is the highest mountains of Morocco standing at 4,167 meters

Longest River: River Draa is Morocco’s longest river covering an area of 1100 kilometres

Largest Lake: Aguelmame Sidi Ali Lake is the biggest lake in Morocco covering an area of 40 square kilometers

National Parks: Morocco has 11 national parks. Ifrane National Park is the the largest national park in Morocco covering an area of 500 square kilometres

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