Arab League Park

In 1916, the architect Albert Laprade joined the team of Henri Prost, who was in charge of the development of the parks and green spaces of Casablanca. Covering a surface area of 15 hectares, located at the outskirts of the city and occupied by military camps, he designed the plans of the largest green space in Casablanca: The Lyautey Park, now known as the Arab League Park. Crossed by the Boulevard Moulay Youssef, the park is on an axis with palm and ficus trees.

Plan du mall