The Mauresque architecture of the Banque de Magreb and Centre de Commerce on Boulevard Mohammed V,Casablanca.
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- Art Deco architecture on Bouleverd Mohammed V,Casablanca.
- Detail of street lamps on Boulevard Mohammed V,Casablanca.
- Art Deco buildings converge on the the Rue Allah ben Abdellah in Casablanca.
- The brightly coloured Art Deco cinema-theatre Rialto on rue Mohammed Qorri. Built in 1930 by Pierre Jabin,in its time it played host to musical stars such as Josephine Baker and Edith Piaf.
- A woman negotiates with a Grand Taxi in front of the faded Art Deco architecture of Boulevard Mohammed V,Casablanca.
- The view down Boulevard de Paris,Casablanca. The streets of the Ville Nouvelle are lined with Art Deco and Art Nouveau buildings built during the French colonial period.
- The classic lines of the Hotel Excelsior on Place des Nations Unies in the heart of downtown Casablanca. It started life in 1915 as the most sophisticated hotel in the city. Today only the facade still preserves its former glory.
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