Hassan II Mosque
Casablanca
North Western Morocco

Experience a site of prayer fit for a King

Written by the wayfaress

With its distinction as the largest mosque in Morocco, the Hassan II Mosque is a palatial landmark on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, topped with a laser-equipped 60-story minaret.

The best time to visit the mosque is at sunrise, as the white granite columns and archways turn from pink to orange to fiery yellow, casting spindly shadows and reflecting off the mosque’s glass windows.

With its distinction as the largest mosque in Morocco, the Hassan II Mosque is a palatial landmark on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, topped with a laser-equipped 60-story minaret.

The best time to visit the mosque is at sunrise, as the white granite columns and archways turn from pink to orange to fiery yellow, casting spindly shadows and reflecting off the mosque’s glass windows.