Arab Africa's boundary towards the north is all over again a continental boundary, the Mediterranean Sea. This boundary begins in the west with the narrow Strait of Gibraltar, the thirteen kilometer wide channel that connects the Mediterranean with the Atlantic towards the west, and separates Morocco from Spain to your north. East together the Coastline from Morocco are Algeria, Tunisia, and Libya


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