Habbous Casablanca is a neighborhood built between the years 1920 and 1940 to deal with the arrival of several merchant families, who flocked from all corners of Morocco and in the context of Lyautey's policy of separating residential places European of Moroccan places of residence. Today, The Endowments is a traditional haven, several bazaars and traditional shops are located there.
The Church of Our Lady of Lourdes was built in 1956 by architect A. Zimmer of England and the engineer. From the outside of this powerful mass concrete, nothing special to find but inside you will have the joy of seeing 800 m2 of stained glass.
The Sacred Heart Cathedral is a former Roman Catholic shrine in the city of Casablanca. It was built in 1930 by architect Paul Tournon [who holds the Prix de Rome, in a style that combines Gothic and art deco aesthetic. It is surrounded by a large park, the Park of the Arab League. Today desecrated the ancient shrine occasionally hosts exhibitions and cultural events.
The Royal Palace of Casablanca has a magnificent Arab-Muslim architecture, like other royal palaces of the kingdom. The Palace of Casablanca, when with him, was the scene of several major events at national and international reputation, such as the founding summit of the Organization of the Islamic Conference in 1969, following the arson of the Al Aqsa mosque Jerusalem. And also the historic visit of Pope John Paul II in 1985, the first of its kind in the Islamic world.