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* [[Fez]] – Fez is the former capital of Morocco and one of the oldest and largest medieval cities in the world
 
* [[Fez]] – Fez is the former capital of Morocco and one of the oldest and largest medieval cities in the world
  
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* [[Ifran]] – A sleepy and scenic mountain town, home to the prestigious Al-Akhawayn University.
  
 
* [[Itzer]] – Itzer, a small Berber town southeast of Azrou, overlooks a plateau and the Middle and High Atlas Mountains
 
* [[Itzer]] – Itzer, a small Berber town southeast of Azrou, overlooks a plateau and the Middle and High Atlas Mountains

Revision as of 17:37, 1 March 2010

The Middle Atlas region of Morocco covers the mountain range as well as nearby cities such as Fez and Meknes.

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  • Fez – Fez is the former capital of Morocco and one of the oldest and largest medieval cities in the world
  • Ifran – A sleepy and scenic mountain town, home to the prestigious Al-Akhawayn University.
  • Itzer – Itzer, a small Berber town southeast of Azrou, overlooks a plateau and the Middle and High Atlas Mountains
  • Meknes – A modern, laid back city that offers a welcome break from the tourist crush of nearby Fez

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  • AFC Middle Atlas Treks, Itzer, 212 66 76 55 68, [1]. Enjoy traditional meals, 2 nights lodging in a Berber home, a full day of hiking in one of the Middle Atlas region's most beautiful valleys, and optional cultural activities in the evening. Trek for a good cause, as all profits support the community development projects of Association Atlas... Fil et Couleur. 240 dh.


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