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urrounded by mountains, this city, founded in 1471, is a favourite with visitors to the North African country that has influences from France and Spain in its cuisine, architecture and culture. Often called the Blue City, it is famous for its buildings, houses and shops painted various shades of that colour. There are a number of theories about the reason: some say it was due to the belief that blue keeps mosquitoes away; others claim the association with the sky and heaven will remind people to lead a spiritual life. The city’s medina, or Old Town, is particularly

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