this is the biggest mosque in qatar i think have 100 kubba in up more people can pray in one time in inside the mosque
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We were unsure whether I (as a woman) would be able to visit the mosque. Upon arrival I was given an abaya to wear then taken on a tour of the women's area. Abaya'd up I was also able to have a look at the...More
I love the Grand Mosque. As a resident of Qatar I have been many times and enjoy the peace this mosque brings me. I am a non-Muslim so I am only able to visit during tour times (usually Friday or/and Saturdays). Great view of the...More
I always enjoy visiting mosques when in the Middle east. They are always tranquil, cool & cavernous. And the State Grand Mosque in Doha is no different. I loved walking along the hugh carpet looking at the chandelier & architecture. Always worth a stop.
Very peaceful interesting Mosque. Definitely worth a visit. Need to take a taxi if hop-on-hop-off bus not runnig due to exceptionally hot weather.
I went to perform prayers during Ramadan period, well maintained and nice location. nothing to worry about parking at all they have huge parking space near the mosque.
One of the most beautiful mosques I have ever visited. Give yourself plenty of time when you visit as you would want to appreciate the interior design and the architecture of this Qatari landmark!
It is easy to get there by uber or taxi, I prefer uber, it's a large, beautiful and serene prayer space, not magnificent or extra-luxurious but you will feel welcome independently of your faith. Some restrictions to go with young children and women need to...More
This building is testament to very plain architecture and hardly a place of spiritually sanctuary. The building lacks style and although imposing; is not a peaceful sanctuary one would expect. The long list of rules including the exclusion of children shows it is not a...More