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Public holidays

Although some of the festivities lack exact dates, it is always interesting to know what are the most important days of celebration of a place before I met him.
- Christian New Year: January 1.
- Declaration of Independence: 11 January. In 1944 he introduced the "Manifesto of Independence" demanding recognition of the independence of Morocco.
- Labor Day: May 1.
- Anniversary of the Prophet (Aid Al Mawaoulid): Commemoration of the birth of Prophet Muhammad.
- Feast of the Throne: July 30. Festival to commemorate the coronation of King Mohammed VI.
- Loyalty Festival (Oued Eddahab): 14 August. Commemoration of the occupation of Rio de Oro
- Day of the Revolution of the King and the People: August 20. Celebration in memory of the Revolution of Morocco in which Mohammed V and his people joined in the fight for independence.
- Ramadan Ninth month of the Muslim calendar (corresponding to the months of August or September). For 30 days remains the fast until sunset.
- Anniversary of the Green March: 6 November. The Green March was the strategy initiated by Morocco on November 6, 1975 to try to occupy the Spanish Sahara.
- Independence Day: November 18. Although Morocco's independence was achieved on March 2, 1956, King Mohammed V proclaimed not until 18 November that year.
- End of Ramadan (Eid-al-Fitr): Completion of the month of fasting known as Ramadan.
- Feast of the Sacrifice (Eid al Adha): Date variable. Commemoration of Abraham's sacrifice in obedience to God. This is one of the most important festivals of the Muslim calendar, in which families gather to enjoy the sacrificial lamb.
- Muslim New Year (Fatih Mouharram): Date variable.
Although some of the festivities lack exact dates, it is always interesting to know what are the most important days of celebration of a place before going there.
- Christian New Year: January 1.
- Declaration of Independence: 11 January. In 1944 they introduced the "Manifesto of Independence" demanding recognition of the independence of Morocco.
- Labor Day: May 1.
- Anniversary of the Prophet (Aid Al Mawaoulid): Commemoration of the birth of Prophet Muhammad.
- Feast of the Throne: July 30. Commemoration of the coronation of King Mohammed VI.
- Loyalty Festival (Oued Eddahab): 14 August. Commemoration of the occupation of Rio de Oro
- Day of the Revolution of the King and the People: August 20. Celebration in memory of the Revolution of Morocco in which Mohammed V and his people joined in the fight for independence.
- Ramadan Ninth month of the Muslim calendar (corresponding to the months of August or September). For 30 days remains the fast until sunset.
- Anniversary of the Green March: 6 November. The Green March was the strategy initiated by Morocco on November 6, 1975 to try to occupy the Spanish Sahara.
- Independence Day: November 18. Although Morocco's independence was achieved on March 2, 1956, King Mohammed V proclaimed not until 18 November that year.
- End of Ramadan (Eid-al-Fitr): Completion of the month of fasting known as Ramadan.
- Feast of the Sacrifice (Eid al Adha): Date variable. Commemoration of Abraham's sacrifice in obedience to God. This is one of the most important festivals of the Muslim calendar, in which families gather to enjoy the sacrificial lamb.
- Muslim New Year (Fatih Mouharram): Date variable.