The Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca is big. The minaret is 210 meters, and it is said to be the tallest building in Morocco. However, it is not so high in terms of building height. Even if you look around Japan alone, there are many buildings taller than this minaret. I guess there are no high-rise buildings in Morocco.
Even so, this mosque is huge. The door of the large mosque was also huge. Looking at the door alone, it did not look so big, but when a man appeared in front of it, its size was obvious. The man walking in front of it looks very small. I was wondering what the world was like behind such a large door, but unfortunately, pagans are not allowed to enter the mosque in Morocco.
|Jun 2010 ARCHITECTURE MOROCCO|
|CASABLANCA DOOR MOSQUE|
June 6, 2010
November 25, 2020
CANON EOS 1V
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