Province d' Al Hoceima Local Customs

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Province d' Al Hoceima Local Customs

  • Once Spanish!

    Al hoceima was once controlled by the Spanish who called it Villa Sanjurjo and it was them who started to develop the town around 1925. I think that it why it looks like a much poorer version of a newish Spanish town. It fell back into Moroccan hands in 1956.It is only 155km from the Spanish colony of Ceuta and 100km to the west of the other...

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  • Soup and sweet pastries to keep you...

    Harira is a special soup eaten in Ramadam. In Ramadam you can't eat or drink during the day so as soon as the sun goes down you need something to get your strength back up. Harira is a great, tasty soup that does just that.With the soup they also eat sweet pastries. Although this seems like a strange mix at first it is actually quite nice.My soup...

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