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About Morocco

The Kingdom of Morocco is located North West of Africa and is bordered by Algeria to the east, the Mediterranean Sea to the north, the Atlantic Ocean to the West and Mauritania to the South. The capital of Morocco is Rabat which is approximately 600 km away from Agadir, the venue of ICFCA'2010 conference. The climate is Mediterranean, which becomes more extreme in mountainous regions. 

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About Agadir

Agadir is a city in the southwest Morocco, located on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean and at the foot of the well-known Atlas Mountain chain. It is about 100 km from Tiznit at South, 80 km from Taroudant to the East, Essaouira (173 km) up North, some 250 km to Marrakech North-East and 375 km to Ouarzazate. Agadir is an important economic and cultural region in Morocco. The region is positioned as the fastest economically growing region in Morocco with its fishery port which is ranked among the best well-known ones in the world. Agadir is known to be a seaside resort with long sandy beaches that attract visitors from around the world all year long. Agadir enjoys a moderate climate and has generally Mediterranean-like weather throughout the year.

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