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This is a modern church and one of the few Catholic places of worship in Morocco. I don't recommend you going out of your way for it. It was on a bus tour and so we got out. The stained glass is modern but makes...More
Incredible church for a Islamic country. Wish I had a guide to tell me more. Who built and paid for this inspiring church.? The windows must be seen from the inside and they are impressive.
The church reflects well on this tolerant country.
The stained glass is very beautiful but I found it hard to get a good photo to show the beauty. Parking was very hard to find. There was a man selling candles in Dirham money. Respect the place by being quiet as there were people...More
Notre Dame de Lourdes was completed in 1956 from plans by M. Dangleterre. Its modern architecture features a towering trapezoidal front of concrete. A simple wooden choir is devoid of pictures or sculptures, except for a modernistic Virgin Mary suspended above Christ on a cross....More
I had no idea what to expect upon entering the Church. While it is large and imposing, the outside of the building doesn't prepare you at all for the visual feast you behold as you walk in. Solid walls the length of the sanctuary of...More
This building is fairly plain on the outside but displays magnificent stained glass windows on the inside. The glass made in Chartres France is best viewed around midday. A choir was singing during our visit making it even more special
Apparently built in 1956 so quite a modern church, and not what I expected to find in Casablanca, very impressive stained glass walls which are a real focal point when the sun hits them. On the outside is an attractive shrine to the virgin Mary.