While the building is indeed tremendously beautiful and an incredible monument to Morocco's various art forms, the 120 DH price of admission (per adult) was steep compared to most other (more interesting) Moroccan landmarks. Of course, one doesn't mind paying such a price knowing the money goes to upkeep and operation, but the tour guide (one must take a guided tour to enter the mosque) claimed she received no pay from the admission fee, essentially requiring a tip on top of the high ticket price. The fact that the tour was less than informative and rushed made handing over such a tip difficult to say the least (any guidebook provides more information about the mosque than the tour guide did, and the rushed nature of the tour denies guests the opportunity to properly view the intricate art inside, let alone take photos). Perhaps the only thing really worth seeing in poor Casablanca, but that isn't saying much. Enjoy the outside and skip the tour.
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