The town that grew up around it was called Casa Branca, meaning "white house" in Portuguese.
Between 15, the Crown of Portugal was integrated to the Crown of Spain, so Casablanca and all other areas occupied by the Portuguese were under Spanish control, though maintaining an autonomous Portuguese administration.
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