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Old April 4th, 2009, 07:49 PM   #201
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Bouregreg Séquence 3 - « Kasbat abi Raqraq »

La séquence 3 tient compte de la proximité du site historique du Chellah. Le projet prévoit en premier plan un lac avec une île sur laquelle est envisagé la construction d'un équipement culturel d'importance.
La plaine sera conservée, l'urbanisation limitée et intégrée à la nature. Une vaste zone est réservée aux sports et aux loisirs.
La zone urbanisée appelée « ville de la nature » comprendra trois quartiers lotis d'immeubles peu élevés, reliés par des mails et des coulées vertes.

SUPERFICIE* : 410 ha

La magnifique projet du cabinet Reichen et robet & associés : http://www.reichen-robert.fr/









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Old April 5th, 2009, 05:48 AM   #202
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magnifique !!!! est-ce que c'est une proposition ou bien ca va remplacer le projet Amwaj de Sama
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Old April 20th, 2009, 12:15 AM   #203
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Tounsi;c'est un projet à part je sais pas si la construction a debuté
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Old April 23rd, 2009, 07:30 PM   #204
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Il y a différentes séquences pour l'immensen projet de la vallée du Bouregreg, Amwaj est un autre projet !
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Old April 25th, 2009, 12:52 PM   #205
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Mashallah. This thread is full of artistic integrity.

Does anyone know whos the main(or the poplular) player in constructing all these projects? The architecture company that is?
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Old April 26th, 2009, 11:30 AM   #206
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Morocco is busy working! Doiing a great run the last years!
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Old April 26th, 2009, 01:24 PM   #207
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Nador & Alhoceima????

So many projects, and no one is for alhoceima or Nador! Why??

The Riffis are the richest in morocco, but there is no infrastructure to invest in great projects.

why this boycot???

WE ARE ALSO MOROCCANS, AND WE WANT ALSO OUR RIGHTS!

Morocco is worth nothing without THE RIF AND THE RIFFIS
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Old April 26th, 2009, 02:14 PM   #208
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So many projects, and no one is for alhoceima or Nador! Why??

The Riffis are the richest in morocco, but there is no infrastructure to invest in great projects.

why this boycot???

WE ARE ALSO MOROCCANS, AND WE WANT ALSO OUR RIGHTS!

Morocco is worth nothing without THE RIF AND THE RIFFIS
You have right Morocco is nothing without the Rif and the Sahara

The Riffies invest each year a lot of money on there vacation in the Rif,

but where is the money??

all the money goes to Casablanca & Rabat

The money of the fosfat where is that?

All to Casablanca and Rabat
It's a shame to see all these projects

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Old April 26th, 2009, 11:43 PM   #209
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You have right Morocco is nothing without the Rif and the Sahara

The Riffies invest each year a lot of money on there vacation in the Rif,

but where is the money??

all the money goes to Casablanca & Rabat

The money of the fosfat where is that?

All to Casablanca and Rabat
It's a shame to see all these projects
They have to start somewhere don't they and there is a demand for Casa the North and rabat ... the rest of the country does'nt have the infrastructure nor the demand for such projects
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Old April 27th, 2009, 01:19 PM   #210
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They have to start somewhere don't they and there is a demand for Casa the North and rabat ... the rest of the country does'nt have the infrastructure nor the demand for such projects
because Casablanca and Rabat have the infrastructure, the rest of the country don' t need money?
Your vision is so wrong, the Rif and the Sahara are also Morocco.
There is a lot of Unemployment, the infrastructure is bad.
Why??
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Old May 1st, 2009, 06:44 PM   #211
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Old May 1st, 2009, 06:57 PM   #212
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do not forget marrakech too has alot of huge projects and attention
as well as tanger
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Old May 1st, 2009, 10:51 PM   #213
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Il y a des projets magnifiques au Maroc, Félicitations. J'aime presque tous. La seule chose, même si j'aime les projets, c'est qu'à Marrakesh tout est marron-orange-terre, toujours la même couleur. Je sais que c'est la couleur traditionnelle de la ville, mais des fois c'est bien quelque chose un peu differente.
Mais en tout, genial Maroc.
J'espére que la liason Espagne-Maroc sera vraie un jour, malhereusement maintentant avec la crise en Espagne et partout cela peut être delayé...
Merci Slaoui pour tes efforts
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Old May 3rd, 2009, 09:27 PM   #214
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because Casablanca and Rabat have the infrastructure, the rest of the country don' t need money?
Your vision is so wrong, the Rif and the Sahara are also Morocco.
There is a lot of Unemployment, the infrastructure is bad.
Why??

I never said that ...in order to built such project you first need the basic infrastructures that unfortunatly does not exist yet in the areas that we are refferring too i m not saying that it is a good thing not at all..it s just a fact sad but true
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Old May 6th, 2009, 08:19 PM   #215
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Old May 28th, 2009, 02:53 PM   #216
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Old June 12th, 2009, 06:53 PM   #219
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Why should he? Everybody has insulted him ('racist' etc) for saying something which makes a lot of sense. Morocco shouldn't try to be something which is not. I live in Morocco because Morocco is a country where you can still feel the spirit of nature and earth in the streets, where 'the sublime walks alive in the streets' as the painter Delacroix pointed out. A country where it is still possible to live a human life. Now everything's going to hell because some idiots think that 'developing' means destroying everything and erasing all spirituality from Earth for the benefit of a few Real Estate companies. I am from Spain and my country used to be a lovely place; now it is 'developed' the European way -which basically means that it is shit. Transgenic food, outrageous prices, freedom only to do stupid things, no traditions, nothing but superficiality and suposed to be modernity. It is sad to see that Morocco is going down the same way. If Western culture is so superior I don't understand why when one goes into a Western bus one only finds sad and worried faces...in Morocco people is perhaps poor (i mean they don't have a lot of money) but they are laughing all the time. We have been sold the idea that happiness is having money and stupid things, and we sold our souls to banks and McDonalds, in the West. It is horrible to see that the whole Africa, which is probably one of the few REAL places left in the world, is going to follow the same road. Sad to see an idiot saying 'Yes, please Africa, develop, develop' because a massive building is going to be erected. It is not Africa which should develop the Western way, it is the West which should learn from Africa and go back to a more spiritual, natural, and happy way of life.
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Old June 14th, 2009, 10:43 PM   #220
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Why should he? Everybody has insulted him ('racist' etc) for saying something which makes a lot of sense. Morocco shouldn't try to be something which is not. I live in Morocco because Morocco is a country where you can still feel the spirit of nature and earth in the streets, where 'the sublime walks alive in the streets' as the painter Delacroix pointed out. A country where it is still possible to live a human life. Now everything's going to hell because some idiots think that 'developing' means destroying everything and erasing all spirituality from Earth for the benefit of a few Real Estate companies. I am from Spain and my country used to be a lovely place; now it is 'developed' the European way -which basically means that it is shit. Transgenic food, outrageous prices, freedom only to do stupid things, no traditions, nothing but superficiality and suposed to be modernity. It is sad to see that Morocco is going down the same way. If Western culture is so superior I don't understand why when one goes into a Western bus one only finds sad and worried faces...in Morocco people is perhaps poor (i mean they don't have a lot of money) but they are laughing all the time. We have been sold the idea that happiness is having money and stupid things, and we sold our souls to banks and McDonalds, in the West. It is horrible to see that the whole Africa, which is probably one of the few REAL places left in the world, is going to follow the same road. Sad to see an idiot saying 'Yes, please Africa, develop, develop' because a massive building is going to be erected. It is not Africa which should develop the Western way, it is the West which should learn from Africa and go back to a more spiritual, natural, and happy way of life.
I agree with you!

But I want money for my people, education, electricity, water...
I don't want the same developmement as in Europe (Consumerism) but an intelligent developpement, sadly Hollywood is a good seller
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