Fact number 1 :
Citrus export. Morocco is distinguished by its ability to achieve food self-sufficiency in its agricultural products, including basic grains, vegetables and fruits, which are famous for their export to world markets, especially citrus fruits, such as oranges and lemon.
Fact number 2 :
Moroccan bath. The popular Moroccan bath has become one of the customs and traditions of the Moroccan people, and it is similar to the Turkish bath in which Turkey is famous too. The Moroccan bath contains a steam room that helps to relax and refresh, and it is characterized by cleansing the skin with natural scented oils; Argan oil.
Moroccan black soap. and ghassoul using mineral clay.
Fact number 3 :
Argan oil. Argan oil is considered as a natural organic oil, and it is spread in various countries of the world, but Morocco is famous for it as its main source; It contains vast green areas planted with argan trees, from which the seeds are extracted the materials needed to produce international cosmetics and cooking oils, and it should be noted that many Moroccan women prepare this oil themselves by grinding these seeds in household machines to extract the oil from them.
Fact number 4 :
The oldest University in the world This University is located in the city of Fez, which is the oldest university in the world. Teaching is still continuing there until the present time. The university was founded in 859, and is considered an ancient educational edifice, and later it became one of the leading spiritual, and educational centers in the Arab Islamic world.
Fact number 5 :
The traveler Ibn Battuta. The famous traveler and explorer, called Ibn Battuta, is one of the most famous historical figures in Morocco. He was born in it in the 14th century, and from there began his exploratory journeys to many parts of the world; Including North Africa, the Horn of Africa, South and Central Asia, as well as Southeast Asia, in addition to the Middle East, and the blogs of his expeditions are rich in information that revealed much about the civilizations of the Middle Ages.