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This square and area are loaded with pigeons in large flocks that are being fed to lure tourists. There are buildings in the area of some minor interest, and they are certainly more attractive than the standard, monotonous and semi-modern industrial architecture throughout the city,...More
The square was busy as an obvious meeting place with some local entertainment. Also the transport hub with a modern airconditioned tram.
A pity that the grounds were dirty and rubbish laid around, broken footpath and road.
To locate Synagogue Rabbi Ettedgui and museum in Old Medina (near Rick’s Café), I was instructed to take the tram and disembark at Place des Nations Unies. Drawing from high school French a half century ago, I assumed this was Casablanca’s building for the United...More
This busy square somehow does seem to have a very friendly atmosphere.Traffic is crazy all around it. In the end of January and beginning of February not as many tourists on the square. Good shopping locations. Some souvenir shops have fixed prices and are "user...More
If you take Rue Mohammed V off this Place you will begin to experience the Art Deco heart of Casablanca. Also if you continue straight on the Place you will find a small Anglican church (St. John's) in which Gen. Patton donated a podium and...More
The tri-angular shaped Place is paved, with palms, plantings, street theater, sculpture, lots of people hurrying to and fro, and encircled by traffic. Modern buildings surround the Place, and it is a major stop on the tram line. There are restaurants, ATMs, cafes, stores, and...More