Explore Casablanca

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Casablanca (الدار البيضاء), the largest city in Morocco, is known as the cosmopolitan, industrial, and economic heart of the country. It is located on the Atlantic Ocean coast, 80 km south of Rabat, the administrative capital. The port of Casablanca is one of the largest artificial ports in the world and the largest port in North Africa. It is also the primary naval base for the Royal Moroccan Navy.
The city boasts significant modern architectural heritage, due to the architectural diversity it experienced during the 20th century. The beautiful buildings of the city, combining French colonial design and traditional Moroccan style, make it a worthwhile place to visit.

Points of Interest:

– Hassan II Mosque: One of the largest mosques in the Islamic world. It is located on the beach and rises majestically, topped by its minaret over 200 meters high.

– The Old Medina: The narrow streets of the Medina are full of small shops, workshops, and street vendors selling everything from clothing to jewelry and crafts. You can also visit the United Nations Square, the Clock Tower, and the Moulay Youssef Mosque.

– The Habous Quarter: This neighborhood was built during the French protectorate and is characterized by its cobbled streets and French colonial-style buildings. Here you can visit the King Hassan II Mosque, Mohammed V Square, and the central market of Habous.

– Mohammed V Square: Popularly known as “Hammam Square” in honor of the pigeons that gather there. It is a public place with history and symbolism in the city center. Here, you can see the Supreme Court of Morocco, the City Hall, and the Casablanca Theater.

– Others include the Corniche, the Central Market, the Royal Palace, the Jewish Museum, and the Sacred Heart Cathedral.

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