El Hank Lighthouse was inherent 1919 to help mariners guide their vessels far from the shore. Until the development of the beacon, numerous boats got stuck in the sandy banks of Casablanca's shores. El Hank Lighthouse, otherwise called Pointe d'el-Hank Light, stands 161 feet high, and its light might be seen from 30 nautical miles away. The beacon is a round brick work tower with light and display. Prior the beacon was painted with intricate plans however now it has been painted white. The beacon is an alternate well known point of interest connected with Casablanca, and is an incredible spot to bring an excursion lunch and watch the wave’s crash underneath.
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Address: Boulevard de la Corniche, Casablanca 20000, Morocco.
How to Reach: The nearest station is Ain Diab Terminus at Boulevard de la Grande Corniche which is a 7 minute drive away from the lighthouse.""