- Casablanca Settat
- Mohammed-V Square
Mohamed V Square is the heart of the administrative district of Casablanca: here we find the buildings of the French Consulate, the Law Courts, the Prefecture, the Post Office and the Bank. Its particularity lies in its modern architecture and its surprising monuments such as the statue of General Lyautey erected after the First World War.
The Mohamed V square was built in 1920, where you can find the statue of General Lyautey whose commitment to the economic development of the city of Casablanca was very strong, without forgetting also the love of Morocco in general in the heart of this man.
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