The Place Mohammed V

Symbolised by a futuristic fountain with cupola, the heart of the modern city lives to the rhythm of traffic that comes and goes on the main arteries of Casablanca: Avenue Hassan II, Avenue des Forces Armées Royales and Avenue Mohamed V.

This urban space forms a sort of outdoor museum, with remarkable neo-Moorish, neo-classical, art deco and sometimes art nouveau decors… Without a ticket and without a queue, you will admire the Post Office designed by Adrien Laforgue (1918), the French Consulate designed by Albert Laprade (1922), the Palais de Justice by Joseph Marrast (1923), the Wilaya head office built between 1928 and 1936 by Marius Boyer.


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