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morocco, tiznit, rabat, fez, photography, africa, mural, paint

morocco, tiznit, rabat, fez, photography, africa, mural, paint

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  • 1. Morocco L. Johnson www.artroomonline.com
  • 2. Morocco
  • 3. Morocco is slightly larger than California
  • 4.
    • Quick Facts
    • Population: 35 million
    • Ethnic Groups:
        • Arab-Berber 99.1%
        • other 0.7%,
        • Jewish 0.2%
    • Religions:
        • Muslim 98.7%,
        • Christian 1.1%,
        • Jewish 0.2%
    • Languages:
        • Arabic (official)
        • Berber dialects
        • French often the language of business, government, and diplomacy
    • Literacy: (definition: age 15 and over can read and write)
        • total population: 52.3%
        • male: 65.7%
        • female: 39.6%
    • Source: https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/mo.html
  • 5.
    • Education
    • Education in Morocco is free and compulsory through primary school (age 15). Nevertheless, many children--particularly girls in rural areas--do not attend school. The country's literacy rate reveals sharp gaps in education, both in terms of gender and location; while country-wide literacy rates are estimated at 39.6% among women and 65.7% among men, the female literacy rate in rural areas is only 10%.
    • Source: www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/bgn/5431.htm
  • 6. Rabat
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  • 12. Taking the train from Rabat to Fez
  • 13. Fez- entrance gate to the Medina
  • 14. Fez- Inside the Medina
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  • 30. Tiznit
  • 31. Brainstorming ideas for the group mural at a high school
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  • 33. A section of the completed mural

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