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A Traveler’s Guide

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Unlock the Adventure of Morocco with Puzzule – A Traveler’s Guide

Embark on an unforgettable journey with Puzzule and discover the hidden treasures of Morocco. Put your puzzle-solving skills to the test in this exciting game designed specifically to entertain and educate travelers. Explore the vibrant cities, the breathtaking countryside and the fascinating culture of this beautiful destination – all while having fun!

Gnawa Music

Gnawa Moroccan music is a unique and mesmerizing blend of African and Middle Eastern sounds that has been enjoyed for centuries. This music is characterized by its distinctive blend of instruments, including the banjo-like gimbri, the lute-like guimbri, the karkabas (wooden castanets), and a variety of percussion instruments. The sound is often accompanied by traditional singing and dancing. The hypnotic and mesmerizing rhythms of Gnawa Moroccan music have been known to transport the listener to another world entirely. This music is deeply rooted in the spiritual traditions of Islamic Sufism, and its influence can be seen in many styles of music today. Gnawa Moroccan music is an essential part of Moroccan culture, and continues to bring joy and excitement to listeners all over the world.And Essaouira is Gnawa City

Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou

Kasbah Aït-Ben-Haddou is a fortified city located in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains, in the Moroccan region of Ouarzazate. The kasbah is an example of Moroccan earthen architecture, with its red mud walls and flat-roofed houses. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987 and has been used as a filming location for movies like Gladiator, The Mummy, and Kingdom of Heaven. The Kasbah was once an important stop for traders on their journey across the Sahara Desert and was an important centre of the ksour (fortified villages) of southern Morocco. The architecture of Aït-Ben-Haddou is unique in the region, with its tall walls and distinct style of masonry, which has undergone some restoration work. The complex features a central building with a mosque, a market place, and several traditional houses and granaries. The Kasbah is still inhabited by Berber families, who live off the income generated by tourist visits.