Casablanca's Subtle Charm
Morocco's largest city, Casablanca, unfolds with a cosmopolitan flair. Visit the city's vibrant souks, tour its mix of old and new architecture and check out the largest shopping center in Africa.Filed under:
For being in such a big city, people are still very much down-to-earth and friendly in Casablanca. Among them are the city's traditional water sellers, who are known for their postcard-worthy costumes, complete with wide-brimmed hats and shiny brass cups for serving water.
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