A Very Beautiful City

A Very Beautiful City

Casablanca is a very active and very beautiful city in western Morocco. There are many buildings and business that benefit from tourism. With many restaurants and ways of transportation, it is easily a great place to travel. There are about 3 million residents, and many of them are very friendly and helpful to the newcomers and visitors. This exotic city is a very lively paradise and the weather is warm throughout the year. The temperature does not often reach more than 75 degrees Fahrenheit, or 24 degrees Celsius, but it does not go much lower than fifty one degrees Fahrenheit and eleven degrees Celsius. Most people who visit the active city will prefer the warmer part of the year. The perfect temperatures keep even the laziest travelers ready for more adventure and social fun.

There are many ways to get to the city of Casablanca in Morocco. If you are from another country, you will probably be taking an airplane to get to the city. Mohammed V International Airport is probably the most commonly used air port in the city and this is how a majority of the tourists get to the city. The French and the Spanish are the most likely visitors, but the city of Casablanca can be enjoyed by anyone with the will to have fun.

One of the first things that will come to a person’s mind when he or she hears the name ‚Casablanca‘ is of the movie of the same name. It is true that the 1942 romantic drama film was set in the city of Casablanca. In the movie, it accurately shows the city still under the control of France. It was in the March of 1956 in which Morocco became independent from France again. Though most of them are speakers of the native language of Arabic, more than half of the residents also speak French, as a result of the time that the country of Morocco was occupied by the French. Many people also speak Spanish, because Spain is not a great distance away from the country.

There are a great number of landmarks are a huge attraction for incoming tourists to the city of Casablanca. When Casablanca was under the control of the French, architects were able to create many magnificent structures in the city. One of the most visited is the Hassan II Mosque, which over a hundred thousand worshippers can pray in and look through the windows at the Atlantic ocean. It is the second largest mosque in the world. Some of the other popular sites are the Casablanca Twin Towers, the Technopark, both of which are very educational. There are also many local restaurants for those who wish to sample the cultural foods. Casablanca is a very beautiful city.

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Source by John Parks