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  • 1 Hassan II Mosque Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Religious buildings

    Hassan II Mosque, whose minaret reaches 200m, was partly built on the seaside (1987-1993). The site's 9ha, which can hold no less than 100 000 of the faithful, boast spaces devoted to worship and others to culture (such as the library and museum). Bu..

  • 2 Church of Notre Dame de Lourdes Interesting

    Religious buildings

    N.-D.-de-Lourdes, a tall, bare concrete structure, was completed in 1956 to plans by M. Dangleterre. The interior is worth seeing for the stained glass windows by Gabriel Loire, a master glass blower from Chartres, offsetting the wood panelling in th..

  • 3 Casablanca Harbour Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    The construction of the port of Casablanca was undertaken in the early 1920s by Lyautey, whose ambitions for the city overcame technical constraints. The port's activity has never failed, placing it today among the largest in Africa. What's more, it ..

  • 4 United Nations Square

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Anything you need while in Casablanca can be found on United Nations Square, near the old medina. It's easy to find, as all the main arteries lead to it. With its banks, shops, hotels and brasseries, this is where the heartbeat of the city lies.

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