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Hassan II Mosque
Built partially on water, this is the second largest mosque in the world (trivia: the first being the mosque at Mecca!) With its magnificence reflecting in its towering high minarets, it secularly invites even non-Muslim worshippers. The intricacies of its artwork, grandeur chandeliers and pious mosaics enclose a central glass flooring peaking into the waters of the ocean. Its ablution room and hammam leave you marveling at this architectural wonder!
But Casablanca is an awesome city to feel like local.The palm-lined Mohammed V, in the heart of Casablanca.The Mosque is the largest mosque in Morocco and is breathtaking.Casablanca has a many restaurant filled by locals and visitors. La Corniche(Ain Diab), the city’s waterfront is lined with beach cafes, lounges, and ocean-view restaurants.Also the area has many sheesha places to enjoy the beautiful view.Hot chocolate or a beer with the ocean view is unforgettable.we enjoyed the evening time at Ain diab with diiner and drinks.Transportation- for local Commute Hire a car for city site seeing.From Airport to Hotel take a train from airport to the hotel.Dress:Depends on the weather but its preferable to wear full clothes for women.We spent 2 days in CasablancaHotels to Stay:Pestana Casablanca, Hotel Azur, Four Season Hotel.Budget Hotel - Ibis City centre (Just in Front of train station), Novotel City centre.
The experience at the airport was tiresome but our jovial driver Haji, made up for it with his good humor during the long drive. Being the biggest city in Morocco, Casablanca is gritty. I’d say a confluence of Cairo’s Arabic essence and Mexico City’s energy. It is also well known as the city encircling the famous Hassan II Mosque.
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