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According to Fodor痴 Travel, Place Mohamed V (Mohamed V Square) is Casablanca's version of London's Trafalgar Square, with an illuminated fountain, lots of pigeons, and a series of impressive buildings facing it. The fountain and the pigeons are on the other side of the tram in this photo. On our right, off the frame is the most impressive building, the courthouse, built in the 1920s. The building across the street partially blocked by the tram is the Centre R馮ional d'Investissement (Regional Investment Center). For you to avoid the confusion I had, I should note that Place Mohammed V was formerly called Place des Nations Unies and vice versa, and the old names still appear on some maps.

Mohamed V Meydanı

Fodor's Travel誕 gre, Place Mohammed V (Mohamed V Meydanı) Kazablanka'da bir ışıklı 軻şmesi, bir sr gvercinleri, ve ona bakan bir dizi etkileyici binaları ile Londra'nın Trafalgar Meydanı地ın bir benzeridir. ヌeşme ve gvercinler bu fotoğraftaki tramvayın, br tarafında bulunmaktadırlar. Sağımızda, karenin dışında meydanın en etkileyici binası, 1920'lerde inşa edilen adliye vardır. Karşıda kısmen tramvayla engellenen bina Centre R馮ional d'Investissement壇ır (Blgesel Yatırım Merkezi壇ir). Size benim ge輅rdiğim karışıklığı nlemek i輅n, ben not etmeliyim ki Place Mohammed V弾 eskiden Place des Nations Unies ve tam tersi denirdi ve bu eski isimler hala bazı haritalarda grnr.

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