Mohammed V Square was one of the most colorful places we saw in Casablanca. We got some great photos of the architecture and water sellers too. It is worth a 10 minute stop.
This square looks tired. There is really nothing of significance to see. I enjoyed watching all of the people scurry about but that was about it. There are lots of government buildings surrounding the square but if you don't have to... don't
The square itself is nothing special, apart from being a nice spot for people watching. However it is surrounded by some interesting administrative building like the law courts, main post office, police headquarters etc and it worth a visit for that. There is also a tourist information booth nearby where you can pick up a map and some info leaflets... More
The square is probably a nice thing to see, but I wouldn't say it's something you must not miss. If you happen to walk past, have a look around, but if not then so be it...
Nice place to hang out Nothing really interesting to see expect pigeons and taking pictures with the locals
Square of Mohammed V is just a short walk from city center (Blvd Muhammed V), equipped with many benches for people to rest and enjot the park. People are gathered here where some performances take place. There are some water sellers wearing local dress and henna hand painters.
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