It is the largest mosque in the Africa built by Bouygues and designed by the famous architecture Michel Pinseau in 1993. The mosque was built near the sea bed of Atlantic Ocean, this mosque provides a picturesque view of the ocean from its glass floor of the hall. The mosque is also noted as one of the largest and the most beautiful mosques in the world which is a result of great expense and artistic labor.
See also : Go back in time at Safi
One of the most striking features of this amazing mosque is an automated sliding roof that opens mainly on special occasions to the heavens. In this way the devoted of Casablanca can in fact think about God's sky and sea as per Hassan's wishes. The style of the Hassan II Mosque shows solid Moorish impacts, inferring the Alhambra and Mezquita in Spain. Horseshoe curves win both outside and in, and the dividers and segments of the inner part are gently cut in a mixed bag of complex examples. The beauty of this mosque can be easily relished by taking a guided tour of the mosque.
To visit the Hassan II Mosque, you must be dressed appropriately. Men should wear pants and shirts, no shorts or tank tops. Women must cover their heads, arms and legs
• Sat to Thurs: 9 am, 10 am, 11 am, and 2 pm
• Fri: 9 am and 2 pm; July-Aug daily 2:30 pm
Ticket pricing: Guided tour in English, French, German, and Spanish
Adults: 120 Dirhams Students with ID: 60 Dirhams Children (11 and under): 30 Dirhams
Address: SOUR JDID, Casablanca, Morocco
How to Reach: About a half an hour walk from the Casa Port train station or a 15-20 Dirhams taxi ride. ""