Hassan Ii Mosque Overview
Featuring 60 storeys, the 210 meters tall Hassan II Mosque is considered to be the highest minaret of the world. Constructed during the rule of King Hassan II, this minaret is set overlooking the vast Atlantic Ocean. The construction work of this mosque started in 1986 and around 6,000 brilliant craftsmen worked day and night to complete the building by 30th August 1993, the eve of the birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad.

Also open to non-muslim devotees, this magnificent mosque has the capacity to accommodate a total of 25,000 people at a single time. The surrounding courtyards have enough space to accommodate additional 80,000 devotees.

Location: Boulevard de la Corniche, Casablanca 20000, Morocco

Highlights: Typical Moorish architecture
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