ABOUT CASBLANCA REGION
Casblanca Region popularly called Grand Casablanca is one of the sixteen administrative regions of Morocco. It is located in coastal north western Morocco. The region is bordered by Chaoyia-Ouardigha on the east and the south while the Atlantic Ocean serves as the boundary to the north and west.
Grand Casablanca is the most densely populated of all 16 regions and the economic heart of the modern Moroccan economy. It is made up of two prefectures and two provinces namely; Casablanca, Mohammedia, Nouaceur Province and Mediouna Province respectively. The region is the economic hub of Morrocco with Casablanca its capital being the effective economic capital of Morocco.
ATTRACTIONS AROUND CASABLANCA REGION
The former French colony offers many tourist attractions like the King Hassan II Mosque which is the largest mosque in North Africa and the third largest in the world. The Parc de la Ligue Arabe which is the city’s largest public park and the Casablanca Cathedral, a spectacular example of Mauresque architecture. Other attractions include: The old Medina, the island Marabout de Sidi Abderrhamane and the site of Sidi Abderrhamane’s tomb.
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