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The Mahkama
Morocco

This building is located in the area of Habous in Casablanca

Designed by architect Auguste Cadet

Year of construction: 1941-1952.

This monument that looks like a medieval fortress extends over 6000 m².

Wealth and refinement of the interior are reminiscent of Andalusian palaces in southern Spain.

Copyright: Christian Laheyne
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 21000x10500
送信日: 12/04/2014
更新日: 15/04/2014
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Tags: mahkama; heritage; morocco; casablanca
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