Casablanca Cathedral
Casablanca • Morocco

From: Morocco Travel GuideCasablanca Travel Guide

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Casablanca Cathedral
Casablanca Cathedral is also known as the Cathedrale Sacre-coeur and was designed by a French architect called Paul Tournon.

The cathedral was built in 1930 when the area was under French control, however after Morocco's gained its independence in 1956 the building ceased to function as a church and became a cultural center that is now used for holding exhibitions and various fairs.

The cathedral is neo Gothic in style and features two towers which can be climbed along with several stained windows and tall interior columns.

Attraction Location Guide
The cathedral is just over a mile away from the Gare Casa Port and be easily reached on foot or via taxi.