What can I say you'll see it while (having a heart attack) driving in the city. didn't make me feel like parking the car and walk there
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I actually went here in 1967. From the pictures it has not changed much. I was in the Navy and found the place to be captivating. I will never forget my time in Morocco. The sights were abundant and the people very friendly.
very reasonable shopping you can do here and you get opportunity to see lots of cultural things.morocco is all about admiring their beautiful art.we loved it exploring around and watching very colourful items.
I suppose this is the square with the clocktower and fountain though the name had changed? Anyways, we spent a bit of time there as we were tired and we ran out of things to see and do in Casa (there's not a lot). It...More
The Mohammed V Square is surrounded by official buildings like a court, the city hall and the French consulate. It’s crowded with people and traffic. One side is a construction site. Much noise, nothing enjoyable apart from the architecture and there is no real reason...More
A very colourfull market square . day and night activity, better visit evening and nighrt to see how the place changesappearance and becomes amarket.
It is a spacious square but quite ordinary. What put me off is so much of birds' (pigeon?) dropping on the ground.
This spacious square is a kind of a landmark of modern Casablanca, the Square of Mohammed V is an open plaza with fountains and palm trees with official government buildings (many of them from the 20s, most of them with Hispanic-Muslim architecture and Art Deco...More