Jami al-Hamoda Mosque
Jami al-Hamoda Mosque
3.5

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suneel g
Kochi (Cochin), India896 contributions
Jul 2017 • Friends
Roof is made up of mud brick.There are a series of raised domes.Washing area is most attractive feature as it is a natural spring
Written 30 June 2018
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Laura WilliamsMay
San Luis Obispo,CA18 contributions
Dec 2010 • Friends
It is a remarkable mosque architecturally. The roof is mud brick with a series of about 50 domes with raised center cones. Very old and not, I believe, used for religious services these days. The washing area is particularly remarkable as it is a natural spring fed channel that you walk down stairs to in the courtyard.
The building is locked, but I think arrangements can be made to be let inside although I am not sure how to do this.
Written 2 September 2011
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