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Tucked away in the hills of the Middle Atlas Mountains, Azrou named for the large, black volcanic outcrop in the centre of town. The city serves as the foundation of regional trade and social life. Locals in mountain villages make use of the bustling market as their weekly source of food, supplies and gossip, and a base to explore the nearby Atlas Cedar Forest, home to the endangered Barbary macaque.
Though their population numbers are low, you’ll be able to spot the apes alongside the road outside campsites, and from here you can experience the 800-year-old Cedar Gourand.
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