What to buy with your dirham
Lunchtime meal in the centre of Casablanca
A cocktail in downtown Marrakesh
A souvenir from the Fez tannery
A single journey on the Rabat tram
Entry to a Marrakesh hammam (spa)
Must-sees in Morocco
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A deep dive on Moroccan dirhams
Before modern currency came into effect in 1882, Morocco made use of bronze, silver and gold coins with which to trade. During a period under French rule between 1921 and 1960, the dirham was replaced with the Moroccan franc. In 1977, new look dirhams were printed and entered circulation, essentially replacing the currency.
More info on Moroccan dirhams
Banknotes are available in 20, 50, 100 and 200 dirhams, and coins are available in 1, 10 and 20 santimat as well as ½, 1, 2, 5 and 10 dirhams.
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