Currency: Moroccan Dirham
City: Casablanca Hassan II Mosque
Hassan II Mosque is a well-known mosque known for its high level of modernity and is a rare foreign to Morocco Open mosque. The
mosa is divided into two parts, the main hall and the open-air plaza. The whole area covers an area of nine hectares. The white marble walls are finely carved, and the jade pillars inside and outside the hall are imposing. One-third of its area is built on the sea to commemorate the Moroccan Arab ancestors from the sea. The entire mosque can accommodate 100,000 people at the same time. The top of the temple can be opened and closed. The sense of science and technology is very strong. The twenty-five east gates are all made of titanium alloy. It is the third largest mosque in the world, behind the Mecca and Medina mosques in Saudi Arabia. The
mosa was built in six years and cost more than 500 million.
Visit: You need to take off your shoes and provide a shoe bag for about 40-50 minutes.
About some tips
at the airport in Casablanca tip:
1. Arrive at Casablan Mohammed V Airport at 2 pm and feel the Africa when you get off the plane. The hot temperature, the smooth exit after the plane, even the immigration card does not need to fill out. After getting the baggage, the first thing to change money, because the airport exchange rate is not very good, it is recommended that you put a little enough to take a taxi back to the hotel, there are many places in the city have change.
2. The plane has a place to directly handle the calling card. It is strongly recommended that you do a calling card. I used to rent mobile Wi-Fi online. It is really useless. I basically use my own traffic and pay the phone bill.
3. Take a taxi to the city center for around 300 dirhams and bargain with the driver. Always pay attention to the price before getting on the bus! ! They will never punch cards for tourists, and they have to ask a few people? Does it include luggage?
A little tip of the accommodation:
Melliber Appart Hotel 500 RMB/day/standard room /
At the time of the time, it was fancy The location of this hotel is not too good! ! In fact, Casablan is mainly looking at the Hassan II Maritime Mosque. It is a five-minute walk to the mosque. It is very convenient to turn a corner! ! The apartment can also be cooked and it is clean. When leaving, the clerk also helped us to stop the taxi on the road, and also helped us bargain, haha, in short, the experience is good. For your reference.
Hassan II Sea Mosque's tips:
Evening mosque is really beautiful in the soft light of the setting sun! ! Even during the Golden Week, there are not many tourists. Tickets are bought two hundred meters from the mosque. Hassan is the most modern mosque in the world. The marble floor in the main hall is heated all the year round. The roof in the summer can be automatically opened for heat dissipation. There is a lift in the temple to reach the top of the Xuanli tower. It is luxurious. One third of the temple is built on the sea. The only temple in Morocco that is open to foreign tourists, you need to take off your shoes when you enter the temple, you need to buy tickets inside the tour, and sell at 10 o'clock in the morning.
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The Hassan II Mosque is the most beautiful mosque in the world. One third of its area is built on the sea. It is also the third largest mosque in the world. It is exquisite and worthy of savoring. The
mosque is very close to the city. The taxi is priced at 15 dirhams, but the ticket is 120 dirhams, which is slightly higher.
Casablanca, Morocco Worth visiting mosque and the Governor's Office
If I were to summarize Morocco in one sentence, it should be a backward country between primitive and modern. The people here are not as warm and simple as the people in the original place, nor are the people of the modern country honest and trustworthy. Many of the people they meet have no principled position and no time concept. The hotel shuttle bus said that it took five minutes to wait for an hour; the king met with the head of the government where the foreign head of state was in accordance with the regulations. If the door was not opened on the weekend, the money would be given to the guard. Casablanca, the maritime mosque and the Governors Office are worthwhile. Place, here we have learned to "do money to do things" and "people are deceived."
The Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca was completed in 1993 after great expense and artistic labor, and the result is one of the largest and most beautiful mosques in the world. Its gleaming newness and tremendous wealth is a stark contrast against the rest of Casablanca.