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Saharan Morocco

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Saharan Morocco is a vast desert region dividing Morocco and Algeria. Its a hot, dry and often picturesque area.

Towns & Villages

  • Erfoud – The Gate of Sahara, this small city is located on the way of Erg Chebbi Dunes.
  • Merzouga – Small village on the edge of Erg Chebbi Dunes.
  • M'Hamid – Small village on the border with Algeria, south of Zagora town.
  • Zagora – Small desert town south of Ouarzazate.
  • Ouarzazate – Considered the capital of the south, a great example of preservation and tourism that hasn't destroyed the feel of a fantastic and ancient city.
  • Rissani - This small oasis town lies near the northwest edge of the Sahara.

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Talk

French is widely spoken by most people connected to some kind of business. Moroccan Sahara divides into Berbers and Arabs from different tribes.

How are you

  • Berber: meitanit?; Arabic: labass?; French: ça va?;

Thank you

  • Berber: tanmirt; Arabic: shukran; French: merci;

I want one orange juice

  • Berber: righ ian assir limoun; Arabic: bghit wahid assir limoun; French: je veux un jus d'orange;

My friend

  • Berber: assouninu; Arabic: sahbi; French: mon ami;

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