The Feast of the Throne commemorates current monarch King Mohammed VI’s ascension to the throne of Morocco in 1999. A day of much festivity and rejoicing, the Feast of the Throne’s primary focus is on the Royal Palace in Marrakech, though the other Moroccan cities certainly don’t miss out.Celebrating the ascension of King Mohammed the VI to the throne in 1999, the Feast of the Throne typically involves festivities at the Royal Palace and an address by the king to the nation. Known in Morocco as a king who has slowly introduced social and modern reforms, this is a day when Morocco celebrates its king. This is national party time in towns and cities across Morocco, so be prepared to encounter festivities wherever you are at the end of July.
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