Top honeymoon spots for In the early 1900s, France and Spain divided Morocco. In 1956, Morocco gained independence from France and Spain and in 1961, King Hassan II took power and ruled until his death in 1999. Hassan's foreign policy often diverged from other Arab nations, and generally sided with the UNITED STATES and Western European nations. Greater liberalization and an increased sense of freedom characterized the 1990s, culminating with the creation of a bicameral legislature.
Top Honeymoon Spots Gallery Photos
Top Honeymoon Spots
Industry accounts for about one-third of Morocco's GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT (GDP), services about half, and agriculture about 15 percent. Morocco's industrial sector includes the processing of raw materials for export and the manufacture of consumer goods for domestic purposes. Since the 1980s, the government has focused on privatizing operations and attracting private investment.
Top honeymoon spots 2016.