OF DEATH 1975-06-06 PLACE OF DEATH Agadir, Morocco On 4 November 2009, the new incarnation of Black Lace was filmed by the British airline easyJet, performing a re-written version of "Agadoo", launching a new air service between Gatwick Airport and Agadir in Morocco, for release on the video-sharing website, YouTube. - style "background:#DDDDDD;" Agadir align center AGA align center GMAD style "
) - Fes-Saïss Airport death_date death_place Agadir, Morocco occupation Actor Game show host Personal life Born '''Ivan Lawrence Blieden''' in Houston, Texas, Blyden died in an automobile accident in Agadir, Morocco, seventeen days before he would have reached the age of 50. A practitioner of the Jewish faith, he was married to actress and dancer Carol Haney (1925–1964) between 1955 and 1962. The couple had two
at Broadway's Imperial Theatre (which was recorded and eventually released on a privately distributed LP (LP album) album). Having been hired as host of the Mark Goodson-Bill Todman game show ''Showoffs'', Blyden left the cast of the Broadway production of the Alan Ayckbourn comedy ''Absurd Person Singular'' and videotaped a pilot for the game show on May 24th. Several days later, he took a vacation to Morocco. While driving to Tan-Tan to shop for native jewelry, his
http: www.facebook.com MouvementMarocPlus title ''Maroc Movement'' association publisher Facebook.com date accessdate 2014-06-16 Other cultural events in Agadir are: *''Noiz Makerz'' concert of urban music. *''Breaking South'' national break-dancing championship *International Documentary Film Festival in November (FIDADOC) *Film Festival for immigration *International Festival of University Theatre of Agadir *Concert for Tolerance (November) *Festival
, King Muhammad V of Morocco declared: "If Destiny decided the destruction of Agadir, its rebuilding depends on our Faith and Will." Agadir after 1960 The current city was rebuilt 2 km further south, led by the architects Jean-François Zevaco, Elijah Azagury, Pierre Coldefy, and Claude Verdugo. Agadir became a large city of over half a million by 2004, with a large port with four basins: the commercial port with draft of 17 metres, triangle fishing, fishing port, and a pleasure boat port with marina. Agadir was the premier sardine port in the world in the 1980s and has a famous beach stretching over 10 km with one of the finest seafront promenades in the world. Its climate has 340 days of sunshine per year which allows for swimming all year round. The winter is unusually warm and summer heat is never oppressive (summer haze however is common). Agadir is the premier tourist destination in the country, a claim sometimes disputed by Marrakech, and the premier fishing port of Morocco. Business is also booming with the export of citrus fruit and vegetables produced in the fertile valley of Souss. With its white buildings, wide flowered boulevards, modern hotels and European style cafes, Agadir is not a typical city of traditional Morocco but it is a modern, active and dynamic city, turned towards the future. The bay of Agadir and the nearby Bay of Taghazout are members of the "Club of the most beautiful bays in the world". The city is served by the Agadir–Al Massira International Airport (Agadir–Al Massira Airport). Climate thumb right Sunset in Agadir (File:Agadir coucher soleil 0992.JPG) Agadir features a subtropical-semiarid climate (Köppen (Köppen climate classification): ''BSh '') with warm summers and mild winters. Located along the Atlantic Ocean, Agadir has a very temperate climate. The daytime temperature generally stays in the 20s °C (70s °F) every day, with the winter highs typically reaching 20.4°C (70°F) in December–January (''see weather-table below''). The annual temperatures are very similar to Nairobi, Kenya, but with much less rainfall -about 10 inches annually- and the mid-year nights are less chilly than the Kenyan Capital. Occasionally however, the region experiences winds from the Sahara called ''Chergui'', which may exceptionally and for a few days (2-5) raise the heat above 40°C. The lowest temperature recorded in Agadir was -2.6°C and the highest maximum recorded was 49.1°C at Agadir airport on 30 July 2009 Wikipedia:Agadir commons:Agadir
in Morocco, but the prices are not so high and there is nobody pushing you to buy. Eat There are four main zones to eat in Agadir: * New Talbourjt: The cheapest restaurants are here. There are menus for 35 Dh. It's one of the cheapest zones in Morocco for tourists. * The beach: Next to the beach, there are many restaurants. You can find from international fast food to Indian food, good fish restaurants, etc. It's the most expensive and touristic zone. * Around the Uniprix: It's the mid price zone. There are touristic restaurants and some restaurants for the local people. If you're looking for a quick snack, keep an eye out for the pastry vendors who roam the beach carrying big plastic trays, selling sweet fried bread (a kind of African variant on the donut). Beware, however, that these friendly hawkers will often approach you on the beach, strike up a conversation, and then thrust a pastry into your hand, whether you asked for one or not. Which, of course, you are then expected to pay for (Dh 5 or Dh 10 is a fair price). If you don't want to buy, simply refuse the offer with a polite smile. They ''are'' delicious, though. Drink Agadir is ''touristically prepared'' for Europeans, so you can find night clubs in the touristic zones, where you can find more tourists beside the usual locals looking for tourists. Alcohol is found in all the touristic places. If you are looking just to talk and drink something during the evening, you can go to the nice and big cafes that are at ave. Hassan II, like ''La Fontaine'', ''La Veranda'', ''Le Dome'', etc. It's a real ritual for many Agadir citizens. Sleep The main budget accommodation area is in the Nouveau Tablorjt. A simple double room will set you back around 150–180 Dh although you might find a really basic hotel with crappy toilets for 80 Dh. Arrive early as hotels tend to fill up quickly in high season. Budget * Wikipedia:Agadir commons:Agadir
with the capitulation of the Australian commanders due to the spreading of dysentry among their men. Agadir IWC meeting in 2010 http
Elevation: 23m . and good beaches have made it a major "winter sun" destination for Northern Europeans. Etymology The word ''Agadir'' means in Berber "wall enclosing a fortress or town". ''E.J. Brill's First Encyclopaedia of Islam, 1913-1936'' (Brill, 1987), p. 179. Agadir's name is ''Gadiris'' in French, and pronounced ''Gougadir'' or ''Oultougadir'' in Berber language (Tachelhit), and ''Gadiri'' or ''Gadiria'' in Arabic (pronunciations
in Agadir. ALSA (ALSA_(bus_company)) was introduced in 2010 to provide bus services in Agadir. Culture The Timitar festival, a festival of Amazigh (Berber music) and music from around the world, has been held in Agadir every summer since its inception in July 2004. The ''Morocco Movement'' association is involved in the arts and organizes concerts, exhibitions and meetings in the visual arts, design, music, graphic design, photography, environment and health
. There are touristic restaurants and some restaurants for the local people. If you're looking for a quick snack, keep an eye out for the pastry vendors who roam the beach carrying big plastic trays, selling sweet fried bread (a kind of African variant on the donut). Beware, however, that these friendly hawkers will often approach you on the beach, strike up a conversation, and then thrust a pastry into your hand, whether you asked for one or not. Which, of course, you are then expected to pay
'''Agadir''' (Amazigh (Amazigh language): Agadir, ⴰⴳⴰⴷⵉⵔ; Moroccan Arabic: ) is a major city in central coastal Morocco, the capital of Agadir-Ida Ou Tanane province (MA-AGD) and of the Souss-Massa-Drâa economic region some 508 km to the south of Casablanca, 173 km south of Essaouira and 235 km southwest of Marrakech via the Casablanca–Marrakesh expressway A majority of its inhabitants speak Amazigh (Berber) as their mother tongue.
The city is located on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean, near the foot of the Atlas Mountains, just north of the point where the Sous River flows into the ocean.