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Casablanca

almost universally referred to as ‘Casa’

  • The King Hassan II Mosque: A relatively new mosque, it’s the largest in Morocco and the third largest in the world–also consisting of the tallest minaret in the world. It is one of the two main mosques in Morocco open to non-Muslims. Beautiful interior complete with water features, a roof that opens to the sky, ahuge hammam in the basement (not in use), and beautiful tile work. Worth a trip to the city.
  • Old Medina,North of of the Place des Nations Unies There is a small, traditional walled town in the north of Casablanca. If you are in town it’s worth a visit, but it’s nothing compared to the glories of Fes or Marrakech.
  • The Cornicheis a neighborhood on the ocean, west of the Hassan II Mosque. Decades ago, it was a thriving resort area – hotels lining the ocean side of the Boulevard de la Corniche and nightclubs lining the other side. Most look like they’ve seen better days, but it’s almost disorienting how much it resembles the New Jersey Shore. Along the Boulevard de l’Ocean Atlantique are many newer, fancier hotels. The Corniche is also home to many western fast food chains. A new western-style movie theater can also be found here, but the best option is to walk up and down the street, resting at one of the many ocean-view cafes.
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