Families and friends enjoy an evening stroll,or paseo,under the setting sun in the courtyard of the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca.
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- Families and friends enjoy an evening stroll,or paseo,under the setting sun in the courtyard of the Hassan II Mosque in Cassablanca.
- The Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca is the third largest in the world after those at Mecca and Medina, and its minaret, at 210m, is the tallest of all.It was built to commemorate former king Hassan IIs 60th birthday in 1993.
- View across Cairo from the top of the Blue Mosque,looking West across to modern Cairo and the pyramids in the distance. Cairo is now one of the largest cities in the world with more than 18m people.
- Dawn view over Casablanca and Hassan II Mosque, Morocco
- The 70m high minaret of the Koutoubia dominates the skyline of Marrakech. Built in the 12th century by Yakoub el-Mansour.
- The sun sets over Boulevard de Paris in the heart of the Ville Neuvelle,Casablanca
- Kenya,Lamu Island,Shela. The old mosque at Shela at dawn.
- Koutoubia minaret at dusk and Djemaa el-Fna Square. Marrakech, Morocco
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