Location | Haut Founty, Agadir, Morocco
Around the 1930s, the modern central city of Agadir began its development according to the french architect and planner Henri Prost who became the director of the urban planning department at an early age. He prepared a plan in the form of a horseshoe layout by the waterfront perpendicular to Avenue Lyautey, a large avenue which was renamed Avenue du Général Kettani. The city was destroyed by a earthquake in 1960, but was totally rebuilt with mandatory seismic standards. It is now considered the largest seaside resort in Morocco, attracting many foreign tourists and residents.
With the combination of several communes, the city centre is in process of moving towards the Haut Founty district where the new administraton have built a new building for the Court of Appeal.
Interesting how all the roads are in place, but still the residential development remains. It’s typically a problem where subdivisions have happened and the government provides roads to the development, but then no development commences. It feels like a ghost town.
Museum-quality posters made on thick and durable matte paper. Add a wonderful accent to your room and office with these posters that are sure to brighten any environment. Frame not included.
• Paper thickness: 10.3 mil
• Paper weight: 5.6 oz/y² (192 g/m²)
• Giclée printing quality
• Opacity: 94%
How are the products Shipped?
The posters are shipped in kraft tube boxes with plastic end caps.
Are the products Eco Friendly?
The kraft tubes are made from 70-100% post-consumer recycled content and 0-30% secondary recycled content.
All ink waste is disposed of to meet environmental regulations.