10 Unknown fact about Morocco

Morocco is the world's largest exporter of phosphates, which are essential for fertilizers and agriculture.

The traditional Moroccan dish, couscous, was recognized by UNESCO as an Intangible Cultural Heritage in 2020.

The famous city of Marrakech is known as the "Red City" due to the reddish hue of its walls and buildings.

Morocco is the only African country that is not a member of the African Union, due to its dispute with the Western Sahara.

The traditional Moroccan attire for men is called djellaba, which is a long, loose-fitting robe with a hood.

Morocco has a rich musical culture, with traditional instruments such as the oud, qanun, and darbuka.

The Moroccan flag is one of the few national flags in the world to feature a non-rectangular shape. It has a red background with a green pentagram in the center.

Morocco is home to the highest peak in North Africa, Mount Toubkal, which stands at 4,167 meters (13,671 feet).

The ancient city of Volubilis in Morocco was once a major Roman settlement and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Morocco is a constitutional monarchy, with King Mohammed VI as the current reigning monarch.