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This is a plaza in front of the city administrative buildings and courts. Apart from the relatively interesting European architecture of the main building, nothing too exciting except for the attractive fountains that have a nice water jet sequence.
This was my first stop in Casablanca. The administration buildings in the square are nice and the large amount of pigeons and red dress men selling water make for interesting photos.
I’m not sure much else happens here other than locals meeting here.
This is a good place to soak up a little of the local color. It is in the center of the Art Deco district of the City. The beautiful post office and surrounding buildings are a testament to the French influence on the City.
The square is beautiful, it’s a good photo stop with a large working fountain, surrounding my the friendliest pigeons. If you are afraid of pigeons you might want to stay a few steps away as the pigeons are everywhere. There is a tramp close by...More
This is the place where Morocans get together in the evenings. It is too busy but still is a place which should be see. Many women have very little stalls and sell home made food, there are sellers for anything and you see Morocans sitting...More
Square of Mohammed V is in the heart of Casablanca, conveniently located on a tram line where Ave. Hassan II intersects Boulevard de Paris. It is surrounded by government buildings in Mauresque, Art-deco, and Moroccan architectural styles. The Hôtel de Ville (City Hall, on the...More
This seems to be the main square for government buildings, large, busy and with loads of pigeons! Interesting attractive architecture. Very noisy with lots of traffic but plenty of places to sit and soak up the atmosphere.
We did not fully prepare for our trip and started with typical expectations of Casablanca - well we were wrong. Despite certain characteristics (honking and madcap drivers) it is a clean and well thought out experience - many modern buildings