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The Kingdom of Morocco is a country in northwest Africa. It has a long coastline on the Atlantic Ocean that reaches past the Strait of Gibraltar into the Mediterranean Sea. It borders Algeria to the east, though the Algerian border is closed, Western Sahara to the south, the Mediterranean Sea and Spain to the north and the Atlantic Ocean to its west. Morocco claims ownership of Western Sahara and has administered most of the territory since 1975. Its status is disputed, pending a United Nations referendum. Currently, Morocco is the only country in Africa not part of the African Union.

Capital Rabat 34°02′ N 6°51′ W Largest city Casablanca Official language(s) Arabic Government King Prime Minister Constitutional Monarchy Mohammed VI Driss Jettou Independence From France, Spain March 2, April 7, 1956 Area - Total - Water (%) 446,550 km² (56th) 172,414 mi² Negligible Population - July 2005 est. - Density 32,725,847 (36th) 66.8/km² (96) 173.0/mi² GDP (PPP) - Total - Per capita 2005 estimate $139.5 billion (38th) $4,300 (145th) HDI (2003) 0.631 (124th) – medium Currency Dirham (MAD) Time zone - Summer (DST) UTC (UTC+0) UTC (UTC+0) Internet TLD .ma Calling code +212 All data excluding Western Sahara.

Algeria borders Morocco to the east and southeast. There are also four Spanish enclaves on the Mediterranean coast: Ceuta, Melilla, Peñón de Vélez de la Gomera and Peñón de Alhucemas, as well as several islands including Perejil and Chafarinas. Off the Atlantic coast the Canary Islands belong to Spain, whereas Madeira to the north is Portuguese.