Institut Pasteur
Tangier, Morocco
Institute Pasteur was the first branch of the Institute Pasteur, established by Louis Pasteru in France in 1888.   The facility in Tangier was established in 1911.  A branch was established in Casablanca in 1929.  Its mission included basic and applied research in the medical field, particularly the fabrication, importation, and exportation of vaccines, serums, and biological products for diagnosis and treatment; and to contribute to the teaching of biological disciplines related to these activities. It is built of reinforced concrete and incorporate numerous elements of local architecture.  

"History." Institut Pasteur. Accessed September 29, 2015.

"Institut Pasteur Du Maroc." Institut Pasteur Du Maroc. Accessed September 29, 2015.

"Modernités Plurielles 1905-1975 Parcours « architecture » Méditerranée, Amérique Laine, Japon, Inde du 23 Octobre 2013 Au 26 Janvier 2015, Niveau 5." Parcours Architecture, Dossier Pédagogique, Centre Pompidou. Accessed October 15, 2015.
Avenue Imam Malek Marshan , Tangier, Morocco
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1911-1912/1329-1330 AH
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Pasteur Institute
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