Cathedral of the Sacred Heart in Casablanca

The Cathedral of the Sacred Heart is a former Catholic sanctuary combining Gothic and art-deco aesthetics built in the 1930s. Built in 1930 and designed by Paul Tournon in a

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History of Agadir

Agadir (“fortified granary” in Berber) is a city in southwestern Morocco, located on the Atlantic coast 508 km south of Casablanca, in the Souss region. Agadir is the prefecture of

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Museum of Amazigh Heritage

This museum, opened in 2000, presents objects and collections of Moroccan heritage. First, a series of photos by Saïd Aoubraim, a native and teacher in Agadir, on the collective granaries.

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History of Casablanca

Casablanca or simply Casa in Arabic Dar El Beïda, the White House; more than 3,000,000 inhabitants.First city of Morocco and second of Africa behind Cairo by the number of its

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The Saadian Tombs

Several mausoleums and rooms, resting place of the dead of the El Mansour family, are spread out in the middle of flowery gardens. Decorated with marble and colored domes, this

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Medersa Ben Youssef

The palace “Dar El Bacha” is unknown to tourist guides. It is almost impossible to find its name in the usual books available to tourists and it is absolutely not

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The Koutoubia

The Koutoubia cannot be visited but only admired. More than 70m high, it is the pride of the inhabitants of Marrakech. It was restored a few years ago and at

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Hassan II Mosque

Only a few figures and elements to make you want to visit it. 10 000 craftsmen were necessary to carry out a perfect work: chandeliers in crystal of Murano, walls

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El Badii Palace

It is to celebrate his victory in the Battle of the Three Kings that the Saadian Sultan Ahmed el Mansour Ad-dahbi requested in 1578 the construction of the El Badii

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The Bahia Palace

Located in Marrakech, the Bahia Palace is steeped in history. The Bahia Palace (the beautiful or brilliant) was named after the courtesan of Ba Ahmed. At first it was built

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