Morocco, a North African country on the Atlantic and Mediterranean coasts, is distinguished by its Amazigh, Arab and European influences. To this cultural diversity is added a geographical diversity. Indeed, Morocco has diversified landscapes, desert to mountains through the fertile plains, which border the coast of 3,500 kilometers. It is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the west, by the Strait of Gibraltar and the Mediterranean Sea to the north, by Algeria to the east, and to the south by Mauritania. Morocco also has a rich and varied desert, oases and green palm groves, arid and stony plateaus, magical sand dunes, Kasbahs and fortified ksours. It has a rich and eventful history and this thanks to the passage of several dynasties that ruled for centuries, idrissids to the Alawite dynasty, passing the Almoravids, Almohads, Mérinides, Wattassides and Saâdiens. Morocco has a rich and diversified craftsmanship, which is reflected in various objects: carpets, pottery, ceramics, silverware, gold and silver jewelery, copper, leather goods, wood, wrought iron, glassware, paintings and decorative objects. The political regime of Morocco is a constitutional monarchy whose current sovereign is Mohammed VI. Morocco is a member of the Arab Maghreb Union, the International Organization of La Francophonie, the African Union, the Arab League and the Organization of the Islamic Conference.