Casablanca Harbour

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The construction of the port of Casablanca was undertaken in the early 1920s by Lyautey, whose ambitions for the city overcame technical constraints. The port's activity has never failed, placing it today among the largest in Africa. What's more, it is still growing. It will be a major complex dealing with goods in the tens of millions, and tens of thousands of passengers every year!

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Church of Notre Dame de Lourdes
Church of Notre Dame de Lourdes
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Hassan II Mosque
Hassan II Mosque, whose minaret reaches
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United Nations Square
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Church of Notre Dame de Lourdes
Church of Notre Dame de Lourdes
N.-D.-de-Lourdes, a tall, bare concrete
15 minutes
Hassan II Mosque
Hassan II Mosque
Hassan II Mosque, whose minaret reaches
60 minutes
United Nations Square
United Nations Square
Anything you need while in Casablanca
15 minutes
See all