One of the main resource geographies of scientific studies in the field of Andalusian history is the Moroccan country, the Maghrib. Morocco became a region of the Province of Ifrikia (North Africa) at the Umayyad Period. Then, in 711, the Muslims who conquered the area from Maghreb to Spain, made Al-Andalus a great Islamic land in a short time. During this duration, the Moroccan-based Maghreb's contributions to this duration were much more important than others. Thus, Morocco merged with Andalusia as a single organism for many centuries and gained the title of "African Andalusia". From the Andalusia, the relations that started with the Idrisids in the 9th century and then continued during the periods of Almoravids, Almohads and Merinids served both the protection of Al-Andalus and its enrichment in terms of human resources. From Morocco, these relations have led the region to achieve great gains in the fields of politics, economics, agriculture, science, culture, art and architecture. After the loss of Al-Andalus, it became known as “Living Andalusia” because it is the leading refuge of the Andalusians. So, in the 15-16-17 centuries, tens of thousands of Andalusians had the opportunity to live by migrating to this country. In this study, it is aimed to identify and evaluate historical events in Andalusian-Moroccan relations.
Morocco, Maghrib, Al-Andalus, Spain, Relations