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Geography of Morocco

Much of Morocco’s landscape is mountainous with slopes that gradually transition into plateaus and valleys. The Atlas mountains dominate the central part of the country, while the Rif mountains make up the northern edge.

Jebel Toubkal is the highest point of Morocco at 13,664 ft (4,165 m), and is also the highest peak of the Atlas mountains.

The southeastern region of the country is blanketed by the Sahara Desert, the world’s third largest desert at over 3,600,000 square miles (9,400,000 sq. km).

Population: 34,377,510 (July 2015 estimate)

Capital: Rabat

Area: 172,414 square miles (446,550 sq km)

Bordering Countries: Algeria, Western Sahara and Spain (Cueta and Melilla)

Coastline: 1,140 miles (1,835 km)

Highest Point: Jebel Toubkal at 13,665 feet (4,165 m)

Lowest Point: Sebkha Tah at -180 feet (-55 m)

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