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Stepping into Morocco is like stepping into another “world”… Nine tons of tiles were handmade and hand-cut in Morocco and shipped to Epcot, where Moroccan artisans created the replica of the Koutoubia Minaret tower of Marrakesh. This prayer tower is the centerpiece of the Morocco pavilion.
A walk through Medina, the shopping bazaar, only adds to the feeling of the culture and the country. Here, guests can purchase Moroccan items such as clothing, jewelry, hand-woven baskets and carpets… even a fez for a modest price. The Marrakesh Restaurant features authentic Moroccan dishes with live musicians and belly dancers to entertain guests regularly during lunch and dinner. For lighter fare, there is the Tangierine Café, a counter service restaurant with a wide variety of ‘local’ flavors to sample. Entertainment fascinates as the acrobats bend in ways that the western culture can barely imagine; >) and the musical group, Mo-Rockin’ combines the melodies of Northern Africa with the technology of electric guitar.
|Mo Rockin Dance|
Mo'Rockin makes you want to dance! Playing at the Morocco Pavilion at Epcot, Walt Disney World®
|Restaurant Marrakesh Review|
A pleasant dinner accompanied by belly dancing and arabic music at the Restaurant Marrakesh in Morocco, Epcot, Walt Disney World.
In Morocco we learn about Ramadan, the Muslim celebration. This is a movie clip of the Christmas storyteller for the Moroccan pavilion.
Moroccan music with a rock'n'roll beat. Its a movie clip of the band MoRockin' to be seen in the Moroccan pavilion.
Watch some incredible contortions as the Moroccan Acrobats perform in the World Showcase Moroccan
Here is the musical group, MoRockin', of the the Morocco Pavilion in the World Showcase at Epcot!