Casablanca is the biggest city in the Kingdom of Morocco, and the third-largest city in Africa, after Lagos and Cairo in terms of population.

 

The population of Casablanca city

 

the city has a 3.36 million of the population (in 2020).

 

location of the Casablanca city

 

Casablanca has located in the center of western Morocco, about 95 km south of the capital Rabat on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean.

 

Casablanca landmarks

 

The Twin Tower:

They are two white buildings and considered one of the most important tourist attractions in Casablanca The towers built-in 1999 by the signature of the Catalan architect Ricardo Bofill.
his high reaches 115 meters on an area of 93,000 square meters.

 

 

The Hassan II Mosque:

This mosque is located in the Kasbah of Muhammadiyah, and it is considered the largest mosque in the Kingdom of Morocco with a 210m-tall minaret It’s a showcase of the finest Moroccan artisanship: hand-carved stones and wood, intricate marble flooring.

 

 

Marrakesh Gate:

This gate is distinguished by being the only landmark that still stands after the earthquake that struck the ancient city, and therefore it is a prominent landmark in it. Al-Bab is a popular market, where vendors and visitors gather in its squares to buy and sell different products.

 

 

Some Casablanca facts must be known

 

-1: One of Africa’s largest cities and home of the greatest mosque in it.

-2: The Arabian League Park is one of the several popular green areas of Casablanca.

-3: The King Palace in Casablanca is assumed to be an architectural beauty – surrounded by orange groves and elaborate water features is a popular tourist attraction despite restricted access.

-4: Many of classic Hollywood films shot in Casablanca.

-5: the oldest FOREST IN THE Center the Bouskoura forest is the only natural attraction in the center – the forest was planted in the 20th century and consists mainly of eucalyptus, palm, and pine trees.