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Tetouan, also known as Tétuan, is a port city in northern Morocco. Located on the Mediterranean Sea, it has a population of over 320,000 inhabitants. The city is known for its rich history, traditional crafts and markets. Tetouan features a blend of Andalusian and Moroccan architecture, reflecting its historical ties with Spain. The city is home to the Medina of Tetouan, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, known for its white-washed buildings and intricate alleyways. Tetouan also serves as a popular gateway for exploring the Rif Mountains and the northern Moroccan coastline.


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Tetouan, sometimes known by the nickname 'The White Dove', is a city in northern Morocco, located near the Mediterranean Sea, close to Tangier and the Spanish city of Ceuta. Former capital of the Spanish protectorate of Morocco, it is currently the summer residence of the monarch Mohamed VI. It is the city in Morocco with the most Andalusian traits.