King Mohammed VI opens new administrative and cultural complex in Casablanca

This complex belongs to the Ministry of Habous and Islamic Affairs.

King Mohammed VI in Casablanca today opened the new administrative and cultural Complex under the Ministry of Habous and Islamic Affairs, with a total investment of 166 million dirham.

The new complex is built on a plot of 7,850 m2 and includes an administrative Pavilion with the Head Office of the local Council of Ulemas and the regional delegation of Islamic Affairs, the Moroccan news agency MAP.

It also has a cultural centre with a documentation and cultural activity center with three libraries that are respectively dedicated to social science and literature, to Islamic studies and history, and to children, manuscripts and lithographs, newspapers and magazines. There is also documentation accessible to the visually impaired and hard of hearing.

The administrative and cultural complex also has a children's section, computer rooms, meeting rooms, an auditorium with a capacity of 296 seats, a prayer room, a two-level parking garage with a capacity of 100 vehicles and green spaces.

Similar complexes are built in the cities of Meknes, Oujda, Marrakesh, Tangier, Midelt, Taroudant, Chefchaouen, Khouribga, Nador and Bada. Others are on the way in sale, Sidi Bennour, Benguerir, Tinghir, El Kelâa of Sraghna, Taourirt, Al-Hoceima and Larache.