The Mohammed VI Center for the Dialogue of Civilizations is a cult-religious point located on the hill of Villa Dominante, with Varela avenue, being its main access road.
Its construction began in 2004 with the help of artisans from countries of the Islamic faith, led by the architect Faissal Cherradi. Its inauguration was on March 14, 2007.
The plaster carving was done by nine Moroccan artisans from the city of Fez and one from Chile, who delayed three months in making this wonderful work with a particular way of mixing materials unique in Chile.
It has 722 square meters and a minaret (tower) of 40 meters in height. It contemplates a cultural center open to all public and two prayer rooms.