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Casablanca. This great classic of American cinema has given to the white city a glamorous connotation that will never go. Today, Casablanca is a modern and dynamic city with a flourishing economy. The town, located on the west coast of Morocco, enjoys a very strong port activity and a fast development of its business district.
This modernization brings it closer to the major Western cities, both in terms of architecture and lifestyle. Architecture. This is one of Casablanca’s main assets. Beyond its traditional white houses, the city contains architectural treasures of different styles and periods. In the streets, do not hesitate to look up, you will be charmed by the details of each building: the curved lines of Art Nouveau, Art Deco geometric shapes, the broken arches of Neo-Moorish style, or the sculpted walls of Arabo-Andalou universe.
Be captivated by the size of Hassan II Mosque! Built partly on the sea, this majestic monument impresses with its 200-metre high minaret and sumptuous decoration. Continue your visit through Mohammed V Square and its administrative centre before to step into the heart of the Medina.
Casablanca is a rich and complex city, which blends ingeniously the Muslim tradition of its old small streets with modern arteries. At nightfall, take a refreshing walk on the pedestrian path called La Corniche. Along the Atlantic, many beaches await you for a swim or sunbathing. In less than three hours, you can reach Marrakech to visit its famous Jemaa El Fna square, and in just one hour, Rabat, the Moroccan capital, will reveal its charms like the magnificent Hassan Tower. For tourism or business, Morocco has so much to offer you!
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In execution of the President of the Republic of Gabon, His Excellency Ali BONGO ONDIMBA’s decision, on March 09, 2022 to lift all restrictive measures taken as part of the response against COVID-19 and as confirmed by the Minister of Transport’s letter ref No. 001596/CAB-MT/SPmcc, the following measures are lifted as of March 17, 2022:
1. PCR test against a fee of 20,000 FCFA for all travelers coming from abroad.
2. Confinement for all vaccinated travelers (gabonese, foreign residents, non-residents) coming from abroad.
3. Mandatory 24-hours confinement in an approved hotel for all unvaccinated people coming from abroad.