Morocco is considered by some a Berber-Arab country, while others back the African-Berber identity. The majority of the people in Morocco practice Islam.
As well as Islam, other forms of beliefs include Christianity and Judaism. The culture is slowly embracing western values, and is a place like no other, where multi-ethnic cultures combine with various traditions, giving many reasons to visit this fascinating country.
The influences of tradition and history are reflected in the clothes commonly worn by Moroccans. The “d’Jellaba” is a robe seen being worn by people throughout Morocco, and the “Gandora”, which is a short-sleeved version, is another popular robe.
Men commonly wear the “Tarboosh”, a cap shaped like a flat-topped cone, and Women wear Gandoras with detailed embroidery on them.
Most people wear “Babouche”, comfortable slippers made from leather.