El Eco de Tetuan was a hispanophone newspaper printed in Tetuan, Morocco.[2][1][3] The first publication was on May 1, 1860,[1] shortly after the Treaty of Wad Ras marked the end of the Hispano-Moroccan War. With the exception of El Liberal Africano first published in Ceuta around 1820, El Eco de Tetuan was the first newspaper in Morocco.[1][3] It was edited by Pedro Antonio de Alarcón.[1]

El Eco de Tetuan
FoundedMay 1, 1860 (1860-05-01)[1]


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