One of the city's Catholic Churches that is instantly recognisable by its spectacular stained glass windows.
Let yourself be dazzled by the colours.
This gigantic concrete mass is in the central Mohammed Zerktuni Boulevard, and was built between 1953 and 1956. It is one of the only two Catholic Churches that are in Casablanca (the other one is the Sacred Heart Church). The architect Achille Dangleterre, was responsible for the original projects design, and he also had help for it from the engineer Paul Zimmer. One of the main attractions are the spectacular stain glass windows, work of Gabriel Loire, a famous French artist. They are cut on a red and blue coloured background, reminiscent of the typical Moroccan carpets, and represent different images of the Virgin Mary. The church can be visited from 8.30 in the morning until 12.00 and from 15.00 until 19.00 in the evening every day.
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