Place Mohammed Park
In the springtime, in the Nouvelle Ville, you can sit in the Place Mohammed V Park and enjoy the view of the mountains in the background. A spacious plaza in the heart of Casablanca, Place Mohammed V allows you to get a feel of the city life and admire historic buildings that exemplify Art Deco architecture with Islamic influences.
Built in 1920, the square brings together several diverse and surprising monuments! Starting with the buildings of Marshal Lyautey built after the First World War: the Consulate of France, the Post Office and the Bank, the Palace of Justice and the Prefecture. This man of the French Republic is represented by a statue in his effigy, a beautiful way to remember his commitment to the economic development of the city.
The fountain of 1976 will rock visitors to the rhythms of the sounds of the dancing water while listening to Moroccan tunes emanating from the fountain itself! Nearby, walk in the alleys of the park of the Arab League, the largest green space of the city.