Quick overview of Morocco’s history

Located at the extreme north-west of the African continent, Morocco is limited to the east and south-east by Algeria, to the south by Mauritania, to the west by the Atlantic Ocean, to the north by the Mediterranean Sea.

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Located at the extreme north-west of the African continent, Morocco is limited to the east and south-east by Algeria, to the south by Mauritania, to the west by the Atlantic Ocean, to the north by the Mediterranean Sea.
The history of Morocco can be characterized by two apparently contradictory features. On the one hand, many authors insist on its geographical “insularity” – coupled with an original history due to the persistence through several millennia of Berber culture and language – and on the continuity of a monarchy that goes back in the 8th century.
On the other hand, Morocco appears as the meeting point of the African, Eastern and European worlds.
True crucible of civilizations, Morocco reacted with its character to the formation of the Phoenician and Roman empires.
Morocco became Islamized as early as the 8th century and then gradually became Arabized. In the nineteenth century and early twentieth century, it was the target of European imperialism, before recovering its total independence in 1956.
King Mohammed VI is the head of the Moroccan state since July 23, 1999. It is the 18th sovereign of the Alawite dynasty (or Alawite) who reigns over Morocco since 1666. He succeeded his father, Hassan II, ruled on the throne in 1961. The Moroccan rulers have been called “king” since 1957, in the past, they were “sultan”. The Alawite dynasty reigns over Morocco since the second half of the 17th century. Coming from Hejaz, they settle in Tafilalet, Alawites become sultans of Morocco following a period of instability following the death of the last sultan of the Saadian dynasty in 1659 and during which the country is divided into several Independent states, the central authority failing at the hands of the Dilaites. Moulay Rachid, the third Alawite prince of Tafilalet, reunified the country between 1664 and 1669 and reinstated a central power, marking the beginning of the Alawite dynasty of Morocco, which is still at the head of the kingdom today.
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