Number of ratings: 2
Category: Monument and Historic Building
Address: khalildiya street
Reviews Grand Mosque
Printine beauty in while Sheikh Zayed Mausoleum Mosque
This pristine white Mausoleum Mosque is a natural beauty with astounding proportion all around with equal approach of brilliant sunshine from all corners. Its a place any pious person would love spending some spiritual time with himself. Artistically could prick the senses of any common artist but my niece could be evaluating it architecturally. Beautiful architecture with extraordinary proportionism.
Grand Mosque is one of the largest mosques located in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, and it is the eighth largest mosque in the world. This mosque was named after Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the founder and president of United Arab Emirates.
This mosque was opened for worship since Eid Al Adha in December 2007. The design for the mosque was inspired by the Mughal and Moorish mosque architecture. The carpet laid is the World’s Largest Carpet made by Iran’s Carpet Company.
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