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Le Cabestan

Recomendado por 23 personas locales · Precio estimado 3 de 4 ·

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June 13, 2019
The place to be in town
December 25, 2018
restaurant - Bar - Chique $$$$
June 08, 2018
mediterranean cuisine and also a good bar
May 21, 2018
Great views on the ocean with cool music.
July 25, 2017
Watch the amazing sunset from the terrace with a glass of chilled Moroccan rose

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“This flamboyant building was built at enormous expense to commemorate the former king's 60th birthday. Set on an outcrop jutting over the ocean and with a 210m-tall minaret that serves as the city's major landmark, it is a showcase of the very best Moroccan artisanship: hand-carved stone and wood, intricate marble flooring and inlay, gilded cedar ceilings and exquisite zellige (geometric mosaic tilework) abound. Multilanguage guided tours of the interior are conducted outside prayer times for modestly clad visitors. The mosque is the largest in Africa and can accommodate 105,000 worshippers. Built and partially funded by King Hassan II (the remaining funds were gathered through a somewhat controversial public subscription process), the mosque complex was designed by French architect Michel Pinseau, took six years to build and was completed in 1993. Its dramatic location overhanging the ocean waves echoes verse from the Quran, which states that God’s throne was built upon the water. Believers pray on a centrally heated floor, and can see the Atlantic breaking over the rocks underneath the glass floor in the basement and feel the sunlight through the retractable roof. The size and elaborate decoration of the prayer hall is simply spectacular. A team of more than 6000 master craftspeople was assembled to work on the mosque, delicately carving intricate patterns and designs in cedar from the Middle Atlas and pink granite from Agadir. The gates were made from brass and titanium, and the ablution fountains in the basement, which are shaped like huge lotus flowers, were carved from local marble. To see the interior visitors must be ‘decently and respectfully dressed’ (knees and upper arms need to be covered); women do not require a headscarf. Hour-long tours are conducted in French, English, German and Spanish, and take in the prayer hall, subterranean ablutions rooms and never-used hammam.”
  • Recomendado por 74 personas locales
Centro comercial
“Very good restaurant by the sea with frequent animations. only accessible by car ”
  • Recomendado por 28 personas locales
“Very good restaurant with a live band and an amazing view on the ocean. Go early and favor the non-smoking room if you are disturbed by loud music and / or cigaret smoke ”
  • Recomendado por 8 personas locales
Sublocality Level 1
“Oldest and traditional district in Casablanca. Nice place to have a walk, enjoy a local mint tea and buy some local souvenirs.”
  • Recomendado por 45 personas locales
“Lounge bar located at the top of the highest building in Casablanca. Amazing views over the city”
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الدار البيضاء, 20000
Estado según horario de aperturaCerrado · Abre a las 11:00 AM
Pagos con tarjeta de crédito
Yes (incl. American Express)
Terraza al aire libre
Live Music
Wine, Full Bar, Cocktails
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