Feddan Park


Feddan Park used to be what's currently known as Place Hassan II, but it was destroyed following the Spanish protectorate to make room for the Royal Palace. Locals who missed the park (some say they met their husband or wife there) were pleased when King Mohammed VI rebuilt it in its current location. Feddan is again a popular hang-out spot, with a huge cafe, playground and plenty of seating.

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