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La mosquée Hassan II à Casablanca
Morocco

La mosquée Hassan II (arabe : مسجد الحسن الثاني) est située à Casablanca au Maroc. Érigée en partie sur la mer, la mosquée Hassan II est un complexe religieux et culturel, aménagé sur neuf hectares et comporte une salle de prières, une salle d'ablutions, des bains, une école coranique (medersa), une bibliothèque et un musée. La mosquée peut accueillir 105 000 fidèles et la salle de prières 25 000 fidèles.

La mosquée Hassan II possède un minaret d'une hauteur de 200 m, ce qui est en fait l'édifice religieux le plus haut du monde. Des artisans recrutés dans toutes les villes du royaume avaient sculpté 53 000 m² de bois et peint plus de 10 000 m² de zellige (céramiques) pour la mosquée Hassan II.

Source : Wikipedia - La mosquée Hassan II

Copyright: Christian Laheyne
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Resolution: 12000x6000
Taken: 16/05/2009
Chargée: 23/10/2010
Mis à jour: 06/03/2015
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Tags: casablanca; morocco; mosque
  • Veronica casablanca about 2 years ago
    VERY GOOD EXPLICATION ABOUT THE HASSAN II MOSQUE IN CASABLANCA , REALLY GOOD.
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