Despite its lack of headline attractions, it offers a unique insight into modern Morocco. In many ways, Casablanca represents the hopes and dreams of the country and once you've had your fill of Morocco's more traditional charms it can be a fasinating place to discover.
Casablanca is home to racing traffic and simmering social problems as well as wide boulevards, public parks, fountains and striking, colonial parks, fountains and Hispano-Moorish buildings, and Art Deco and modernist gems line the streets - some stunningly resorted and others fading into stand in sharp contrast to Casablanca's modernist landmark: the enormous and incredibly ornate Hassan II Mosque.
The Hassan II Mosque is one of the very few Islamic religious buildings open to non-Muslims. This phenomenal building is the world's third-largest mosque and took 6 years to be finsihed. It is amazing and significant!!!!!!!!
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