5 most Beautiful Mosques in the World

1. Mesjidil the Haram (Makkah, Saudi Arabia)

5 most Beautiful Mosques in the World - It is the largest mosque in the Duniamencakup area of 400.800 square metres and can accommodate up to 4 million pilgrims. Located in the city of Mecca, the mosque surrounds the Kaaba, the place Muslims overlook in daily prayer times and is considered the most holy place on Earth by Muslims. The mosque is also known as the great mosque.

2. An-Nabawi Mosque (Madinah, Saudi Arabia)

Masjid An-Nabawi is often also known as the mosque of the Prophet, one reason is this mosque is temapat final resting of the Muslim Prophet Muhammad. In addition to known as Prophet's mosque, the mosque is also considered the second holiest mosque for Muslims.

One of the most famous feature of the site is the Green dome in the middle of the mosque, where the tomb of the Islamic prophet Muhammad is located. The original building of the mosque is a building that is open. It also serves as a venue for community activities, the Court and a religious school.

3. the Baiturrahman Mosque (Banda Aceh, Indonesia)

Mosque located in the homeland of Indonesia it was once a mosque kesultananan Aceh. The name of the mosque of Baiturrahman is derived from the name of the Mosque built by Sultan Iskandar Muda in 1022 H/1612 m. Views of history, the mosque of Baiturrahman has a high value for the people of Aceh, Sultan Iskandar Muda because since up until now still stands majestically amidst the heart of the city of Banda Aceh. In addition to functioning as a place of worship and religious activities, the mosque also became one of the tourist objects in Aceh.

4. the Jamek Mosque (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)

Built in 1909, and is the oldest mosque in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Located at the confluence of the Klang and Gombak River which is the place of origin of the city of Kuala Lumpur. The building of the mosque was inspired by the art of building, from the northern part of Mogul India.

5. The Sultan Ahmed Mosque (Istanbul, Turkey)

Masjid Sultan Ahmad was built between 1609 and 1616 CE during the reign of Sultan Ahmas 1. This mosque is the National Mosque of Turkey, and is a historical mosque in Istanbul. The mosque is known as the Blue Mosque because of the blue tiles adorning the walls and the Interior.
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