Morocco banknotes 100 Dirhams banknote 1991 King Hassan II

Morocco currency 100 Dirhams banknote
100 Moroccan Dirham
Morocco money 100 Dirhams bill
Moroccan Currency 100 Dirham
Morocco money 100 Dirhams banknote 1991
Bank Al-Maghrib - The central bank of the Kingdom of Morocco
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Obverse: Portrait of His Majesty King Hassan II of Morocco, and a view of the minaret of the Koutoubia mosque in Marrakech.
Reverse: Representation of the Green March according to the original painting by Ben Yessef.
Watermark: King Hassan II of Morocco.

The Green March was a well-publicized popular march of enormous proportions. On November 6, 1975, approximately 350,000 unarmed Moroccans converged on the city of Tarfaya in southern Morocco and waited for a signal from King Hassan II to cross into Western Sahara. They brandished Moroccan flags, U.S.A. flags, Saudi Arabia flags & Jordan flags; banners calling for the "return of the Moroccan Sahara," photographs of the King and the Qur'an; the color green for the march's name was intended as a symbol of Islam. As the marchers reached the border, the Spanish Armed Forces were ordered not to fire to avoid bloodshed. The Spanish troops also cleared some previously mined zones.

Morocco banknotes - Morocco paper money
Bank Al-Maghrib - The central bank of the Kingdom of Morocco
King Hassan II facing left, 1987 (1991) issue

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