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In some houses you can see the plane of these stately homes, with its atrium and impluvium and certain constructions dedicated to the bathroom, especially four of the Roman era with hypocaust (central heating) and an Arabic hammam period. 4. Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca was screened at the site of the former municipal swimming pool. Its construction began on July 12, 1986 and was finally inaugurated on August 30, 1993. It is the third largest mosque in the world (after Mecca and Medina), with a courtyard that can accommodate more than 120,000 faithful and a prayer room for more than 25,000 people. The mosque was built by the sea and its minaret is 210 meters high, which makes it the highest religious building in the world. It was designed by French architect Michel Pinseau and built by the best craftsmen in the country, recruited from all corners of the kingdom.
In total, the mosque consists of 53,000 square meters of carved and painted wood and more sampling station of 10,000 square meters of ceramic. Authorities spent about 575 million euros in the construction of the building. 5. Chefchaouen Chefchaouen, also called Chefchaouen is a town in the Rif mountains in northern Morocco, just inland from Tangier and Tetouan and over 600 meters. Its name means "horns" in Berber, referring to the two main peaks that dominate and surround the city. It was founded in 1471 as a fortress to protect its people from attacks by the Portuguese and Spanish and its original settlers were mostly exiles from Al-Andalus. Chefchaouen a popular tourist destination, where more than 200 hotels can accommodate the summer visitors, most of them European, who gather to admire the typical whitewashed houses in shades of blue, a tradition originating from the former Jewish residents. This charming town offers excellent shopping opportunities, especially to buy traditional local handicrafts, such as wool and linen garments embroidered, and many gastronomic delights. So fervently I invite you to visit Morocco and not miss these five spectacular locations, which are the symbols of the traditions, history and artistic wealth of the country. Once in Morocco, you can stay in one of the fine or, better still, in a typical, so close to the most fascinating place in the world and in a country that offers a host of captivating adventures. They can also be hosted in a magnificent or closer to rural areas, where the landscapes are spectacular and picturesque, where people will welcome you with open arms.