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At the mosque entrance, we were offered long vest with a cap to wear during the visit. It was the first weekend of the Ramadan so it was a little bit busy inside the mosque but we were able to do the tour of the...More
A lovely mosque. As with all other mosques, you will be required to remove your shoes before entering. Like all mosques, it has a beauty and serenity of its own. As a footnote, I fell down in the street outside just before my visit, badly...More
Of all the mosques I’ve seen in the world this is the most beautiful and the most serene. It reminds me of Istanbul but has a different feel. Women will need to be draped but it is definitely worth it.
To be honest, we weren't sure what to expect before arriving there, but the large and open hall, the breathtaking ceiling of the mosque was the most beautiful I've seen. There were a few people who came to pray and the sound of call for...More