Modern, dynamic Casablanca feels more European than its Moroccan counterparts
A closer look at the sculpted cedar wood and enamelled clay mosaics ('zelliges') at the Hassan II mosque.
This building, inspired by the Algiers central post office, has housed Casablanca's central post office since 1918.
Casablanca is a forward-looking city yet one which nevertheless maintains one foot firmly in its past.
You can see many cranes, used to improve the infrastructures, lined up along the port of Casablanca.
Inside the Hassan II mosque.
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The interior of the mosque,decorated with finesse
The Hassan II mosque, the largest mosque in Morocco and the 5th largest in the world, is built right on the sea.
The minaret emits prayer calls, which can be heard throughout the city
Although Casablanca, the capital of Morocco, is mainly a destination for business travellers, it offers plenty of sites to visit, such as the Hassan II Mosque.
The Hassan II mosque is one of the most beautiful religious buildings in the world.
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