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Where is the Maghreb

From the Arabic word for “place of sunset” or “western,” the Maghreb is a region of Northwest Africa composed of Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia. Sometimes Libya is also included. The name “Maghreb” remains from the term used by the Islamic empire for this region.



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