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The Moroccan city of Agadir

A Moroccan city overlooking the Atlantic coast 508 km from the capital Rabat, rises from the sea level about 56 meters, and is the capital of the Souss Massa, located west of central Morocco.

 It was founded by the Portuguese some 1,500 years ago until it was liberated by the Moroccans in 1526. The total population of the city is about 200,000 people, while the number of inhabitants of the city's suburbs and its dependencies increases to about one million.

 The name of the city dates back to the name of Umm Zighi, meaning the fortified fortress or the store of property and grain. At the end of the fifteenth century, the city was named by many names, including: the eye of the Arabs, the Assyrians of Arabia, and the Assyrians. Another name called one of its neighborhoods is Fonte.

Agadir climate Agadir is located on a coastal plain overlooking the west coast of the Atlantic Ocean at latitude 27 north, with many hills and valleys on its surroundings. The city has an average and semi-desert climate at the same time. The city's temperature ranges daily in the 1920s, The city is exposed to the passage of the so-called (Sharki), which is a wind that causes temperatures to rise in summer to 40 degrees Celsius, the highest temperature recorded in the city in 2012, which is 51.7 degrees, and the lowest score is - 2.6 degrees.

Attractions in Agadir Agadir has many beautiful sights, including: Agadir Beach: one of the most beautiful beaches in Morocco; it contains many tourist activities that attract many tourists to it, such activities: horseback riding, water sports, sunbathing Quiet location on the Corniche, as well as sit on cafés and restaurants along the coast. Olhau Park: Also known as the Lovers Garden, a romantic garden where many visitors come to enjoy its romantic atmosphere and enjoy the spectacular scenery. Bird Valley: A park that specializes in all kinds of birds and other animals. It is visited by many young and old visitors and provides a lot of information about the birds and the animals inside. Square of Hope: It is one of the most important squares in the city where different festivals are held, the most famous of which are the Agadir Festival and the Timitar Festival. These festivals greet the city's artistic and cultural heritage. Agadir Ovala, meaning the fortress at the top, is a historic fort located north of the city on the top of a mountain about 236 meters above sea level. It was founded in 1540 by Sultan Mohammed al-Sheikh Saadi in order to control the blows of Portugal