Rabat

What is Rabat known for?


lively+mixing

: Diour Jamaa; Akkari; Yacoub El Mansour; Massira and Hay el Fath are the main parts of this axis. Hay el Fath, which ends this sequence, evolves into a middle-class neighborhood. To the east, along the Bouregreg, the Youssoufia region: Mabella; Taqaddoum; Hay Nahda; Aviation; and Rommani (working and middle classes). Between these two axes, going from north to south, there are three main areas (middle class to very wealthy): Agdal (Ward Building lively mixing residential and commercial functions, predominantly habitants are upper middle class); Hay Riad (affluent villas which has been a surge of momentum since the 2000s); and Souissi (residential neighborhood). On the outskirts of Souissi, are less dense regions mainly constituted of large private houses to areas that seem out of the city. Rabat, Morocco Page . Directory of Cities, Towns, and Regions in Morocco File:Royal Palace, Rabat.jpg Dâr-al-Makhzen (Dâr-al-Makhzen, Rabat), the main royal residence File:Riad District.jpg Riad District File:Pietri Square.jpg Pietri Square File:Boulevard Rabat.JPG Rabat Hassan File:Mohamed V.jpg Avenue Mohammed V thumb HQ of Maroc Telecom in Rabat, Morocco (File:Siège Maroc Telecom à Rabat.jpg) Bouregreg Marina Located between the Atlantic and the Bouregreg Valley, this magnificent river marina is paved with famous historical sites like the esplanade of the Hassan Tower and the picturesque Chellah necropolis which has witnessed many Mediterranean civilizations pass by. Outfitted with the most modern equipment to host up to 240 boats, the Bouregreg Marina aims to become an essential destination for recreational boaters seeking long stays or just an unforgettable stopover on their way to West Africa, the Caribbean or the shores of North America. File:Marina de Salé.jpg Bouregreg Marina File:Tûranor PlanetSolar Rabat.JPG Behind Tûranor PlanetSolar is a new Hassan II bridge between Rabat and Salé Subdivisions The prefecture is divided administratively into the following: WikiPedia:Rabat Dmoz:Regional Africa Morocco Localities Rabat Commons:Category:Rabat


international+liberal

in the region of Greater Casablanca. It hosts the most important oil refinery of Morocco, the Samir refinery, which makes it the center of the Moroccan petroleum industry. It has a population of 188,619 (2004 census). position Centre-right headquarters Rabat, Morocco seats1_title Seats in the Assembly of Representatives (Assembly of Representatives of Morocco): international Liberal International headquarters Rabat, Morocco seats1_title Seats


Marrakech

airport is Rabat-Salé Airport. Trains thumb Rabat-Ville Train Station (File:Train of Morocco.jpg) Rabat is served by two principal railway stations run by the national rail service, the ONCF. Rabat-Agdal is the main inter-city station, from which trains run south to Marrakech or El Jadida and north to Tanger, and then on either to Meknes, Fes, Taza and Oujda. Tram thumb Rabat-Salé tramway (File:Tramway de Rabat-Salé.jpg) The Rabat

in Vienna (Austria) and an honorary consulate in Zagreb. Air Casablanca's main airport is Mohammed V International Airport, Morocco's busiest airport. Regular domestic flights serve Marrakech, Rabat, Agadir, Oujda, and Tangier, Laayoune as well as other cities. Casa-Voyageurs is the main inter-city station, from which trains run south to Marrakech or El Jadida and north to Mohammedia and Rabat, and then on either to Tangier

or Meknes, Fes, Taza and Oujda. A dedicated airport shuttle service to Mohammed V International Airport also has its primary in-city stop at this station, for connections on to further destinations. * Finland recognised Morocco's independence on June 8, 1956. * Finland has an embassy in Rabat, an honorary consulate general in Casablanca, and other honorary consulates in Agadir, Kenitra, Marrakech, Safi (Safi, Morocco), and Tangiers. http


deep religious

significantly since the past and continue to widely expand their relations, in the past Pakistan has said that it does not recognise Western Sahara and that its status is disputed and remains to be decided by UN Resolutions, but at the same time it gave the Moroccan point of view that it is an internal matter.Pakistan and Morocco enjoy friendly relationship based on deep religious and great human values commonly shared by both countries.These relations in recent years growing at large extent


historical ties

and international music icons. Mawazine festival website On October 16, the ICJ delivered its verdict (International Court of Justice Advisory Opinion on Western Sahara). To the dismay of both the Rabat and Nouakchott governments, the court found with a clear majority, that the historical ties of these countries to Spanish Sahara did ''not'' grant them the right to the territory. Furthermore, the Court declared that the concept of ''terra nullius'' (un-owned land) did not apply to the territory. The Court declared that the Sahrawi population, as the true owners of the land, held a right of self-determination. In other words, any proposed solution to the situation (independence, integration etc.), had to receive the explicit acceptance of the population to gain any legal standing. Neither Morocco nor Mauritania accepted this, and on October 31, 1975, Morocco sent its army (Military of Morocco) into Western Sahara to attack Polisario positions. The public diplomacy between Spain and Morocco continued, however, with Morocco demanding bilateral negotiations over the fate of the territory. - Morocco Rabat Casablanca - * September 20 – The very last Warner Bros. cartoon of the original theatrical Looney Tunes series is released: ''Injun Trouble (Injun Trouble (1969 film))''. * September 22–September 25 – An Islamic conference in Rabat, Morocco, following the al-Aqsa Mosque fire (August 21), condemns the Israeli claim of ownership of Jerusalem. * September 23 – ''Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid'' directed by George Roy Hill and starring Paul Newman and Robert Redford opens to limited release in the U.S. * WikiPedia:Rabat Dmoz:Regional Africa Morocco Localities Rabat Commons:Category:Rabat


red de

: www.munimadrid.es portal site munimadrid menuitem.dbd5147a4ba1b0aa7d245f019fc08a0c ?vgnextoid 4e84399a03003110VgnVCM2000000c205a0aRCRD&vgnextchannel 4e98823d3a37a010VgnVCM100000d90ca8c0RCRD&vgnextfmt especial1&idContenido 1da69a4192b5b010VgnVCM100000d90ca8c0RCRD Madrid city council webpage * Seville, Spain

, Spain « Kansas City Sister Cities publisher Kcsistercities.org date accessdate 2012-03-12 * Tifariti, Western Sahara


military scenes

1659, when they disappeared from the Moroccan political and military scenes. - 27–30 October 1980 Morocco Rabat, Marrakech, Casablanca The '''African Mathematical Union''' or '''Union Mathematique Africaine''' is an African organization dedicated to the development of mathematics


playing solo

studied at the National Conservatory for four years, playing solo each year for the graduation day of the Conservatory and performing in the Conservatory’s Oriental Ensemble. La Wallonie a établi des Délégations générales à Québec, Berlin, Paris, Varsovie, Prague, Bruxelles (UE), Bâton Rouge, Santiago de Chili, Dakar, Rabat, Kinshasa, Alger, Tunis, Bucarest et Hanoï... De plus l'ensemble des ambassades belges sont tenues d'accueillir ses


leading time

(2009-05-24). Lishchynska and Cheshari set world season leads but Jelimo is way below par in Rabat. IAAF. Retrieved on 2009-05-24. At the 25th Vardinoyiannia in Rethymno, Greece, she ran a world-leading time of 22.32 seconds to win the 200 m and set a meeting record. Nikitaridis, Michalis (2009-07-21). Ferguson (22.32) and Jones


making history

. In 1962, the airline took delivery of two Boeing 720s, making history by becoming the second Middle Eastern airline to fly jet aircraft (Cyprus Airways was the first one with de Havilland Comet). On 19 February 1963, the airline became a registered company, with King Faisal of Saudi Arabia (Faisal bin Abdul Aziz) signing the papers that declared Saudi Arabian a fully independent company. DC-6s and Boeing 707s were later bought, and the airline joined the AACO

Rabat

'''Rabat''' (Arabic (Arabic language): الرباط, ''ar-Ribaaṭ'', literally "Fortified Place"; Berber (Berber language): ⴻⵔⵔⴱⴰⵟ, ''Errbaṭ''; Moroccan Arabic: ارّباط, ''Errbaṭ'') is the capital (Capital (political)) and fourth largest city of Morocco with an urban population of approximately 620,000 (2004) and a metropolitan population of over 1.2 million. It is also the capital of the Rabat-Salé-Zemmour-Zaer administrative region.

The city is located on the Atlantic Ocean at the mouth of the river Bou Regreg. On the facing shore of the river lies Salé, the city's main commuter town. Rabat, Temara, and Salé form a conurbation of over 1.8 million people. Silt-related (Silt) problems have diminished Rabat's role as a port; however, Rabat and Salé still maintain important textile, food processing and construction industries. In addition, tourism and the presence of all foreign embassies (Embassy) in Morocco serve to make Rabat one of the most important cities in the country.

Rabat is accessible by train through the ONCF system and by plane through the nearby Rabat-Salé Airport.

The Moroccan capital was recently awarded second place in "Top Travel Destinations of 2013" by CNN. It is one of four Imperial cities of Morocco, and the center of Rabat is listed as a World Heritage site.

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