Tuesday, 17 January 2017

The Draa Valley is Morocco

The Draa Valley is Morocco's longest river and is formed by the confluence of the Dades River and Imini River. 

It flows from the High Atlas Mountains south-eas-tward to Tagounit and from Tagounit mostly westwards to the Atlantic Ocean somewhat north of Tan-Tan. 

The water from the Draa is used to irrigate palm groves and small horticulture along the river. 

The inhabitants of the Draa are called Drawi, used to refer to the dark skinned people of Draa that make up the largest portion of its inhabitants.

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