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  • The average score is 20 of 34

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HintAnswers% Correct
City - 4.27 mCasablanca
95%
Capital city - 2.12 mRabat
95%
RegionRabat-Salé-Kénitra
95%
RegionCasablanca-Settat
94%
A standardised version of Arabic, used in formal scenariosModern Standard Arabic
92%
Spoken by 63% of Moroccans, universally taught and is the language of economics, commerce and medicineFrench
89%
RegionFès-Meknès
87%
City - 1.15 mFez
87%
RegionMarrakech-Safi
87%
City - 929 kMarrakesh
86%
Spoken by 14% of MoroccansEnglish
85%
Spoken by 10% of Moroccans, especially in the far northern regions and the disputed Western Sahara territory.Spanish
85%
RegionTanger-Tétouan-Al Hoceïma
84%
City - 950 kTangier
84%
The premier mountain range of North Africa, and home to much of Morocco's Berber (also known as Imazighen) people. Barbary lions used to roam these arid peaks, until the 20th century.Atlas Mountains
78%
A vast desert territory claimed by both the Moroccan government and the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic. Known as SADR for short, this unrecognised state claims a much larger territory than it currently controls (territory controlled by SADR is what is marked in stripes on the map, this isn't the whole territory). A long sand wall/berm delineates the line of control. Western Sahara was colonised by Spain up until 1975, and thus Spanish is official. Locals also speak Hassaniya Arabic, which is a distinct Maghrebi dialect from Moroccan Arabic.Western Sahara
75%
Spoken by 98% of Moroccans, one of the least conservative Arabic dialects with influences from Berber and Romance dialects. Mostly unintelligible from other Arabic dialects, it is the community language of Morocco.Moroccan Arabic
71%
City ~ 850 kAgadir
67%
A crucial shipping route and the link between Africa and Europe. Just 13 kilometres seperate Spain and Morocco, at the strait's narrowest point.Strait of Gibraltar
61%
City - 632 kMeknes
51%
City - 558 kOujda
47%
RegionLaâyoune-Sakia El Hamra
39%
City - 431 kKenitra
34%
RegionDakhla-Oued Ed-Dahab
33%
Spoken by 7.9% of Moroccans, particularly in the Atlas mountains. Like other Berber/Tamazight languages, the dominant word order is VSO.Central Atlas Tamazight
31%
RegionSouss-Massa
31%
4167 metres tall, the highest mountain in all of North Africa. The ascent takes two days and is not technical on the two most popular routes, although a scree scramble makes it a difficult trek nonetheless.Toubkal
31%
RegionDrâa-Tafilalet
28%
RegionL'Oriental
28%
RegionBéni Mellal-Khénifra
23%
At 1100 kilometres long, the Draa is Morocco's longest river. Many kasbah (citadels) can be found in the historically-rich Draa valley.Draa River
23%
RegionGuelmim-Oued Noun
19%
Spoken by 4% of Moroccans. Its homeland can be found in the Rif mountains along the Mediterranean Coastline.Tarifit
16%
Spoken by 14.1% of Moroccans, the most popular Tamazight language in Morocco. Has a written tradition going back centuries.Tashelhit
15%

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