50 Amazing mosques of the world

Mosque is the prayer place of Islam. It refers to its Arabic name Masjid. The world has ample examples of beautiful mosques that stand as epitomes of holy shrines across the globe. Mosques be it small or big provides the same peace at heart and mind, however the beautiful examples of mosques across the globe offers visual delight along with inner happiness. From Mecca to Istanbul and from Saudi Arabia to India, there are stunning mosques all around the world. Devotees from different places visit these mosques to achieve blessings from the Almighty. These mosques offer much beyond divine blessings. They also serve as popular tourist attractions for its beholder. The proud beholder of these amazing mosques witnesses huge traffic of tourists from all different parts of the world every year. The architectural glory of the mosques mesmerizes tourists and devotees to the core. The creative craft that surrounds the mosque buildings and inner wall designs that reflects tranquility makes these mosques perfect visual glories that every person desires to see at least once a life time. As per Islam rituals, Friday is a holy day when every Muslim visit mosques and bows down their head seeking Allah’s blessings. Surrounded with crowd amidst divinity of Namaz, these mosques offer picture perfect clicks during Fridays. Here is a handpicked gallery of 50 amazing mosques of the world. Explore these 50 amazing mosques of the world and experience a journey across stunning visual glories.


1) Masjid Sultan Mosque, Singapore.


2) Sheikh Zayed Mosque, UAE.


3) Great Mosque of Xining, Dongguan, China.


4) Jamea Ahmed bin Hanbal, Sharjah.


5) Islamic Center of America, Dearborn.


6) Saddam Place Mosque, Baghdad.


7) Qolsharif Mosque, Russia.


8) Grand Mosque, Rome.


9) Tokyo Mosque, Japan.


10) Al-Fateh Mosque, Manama


11) The Nur-Astana Mosque, Kazakhstan.


12) Crystal Mosque, Terengganu, Malaysia.


13) Masjid Al Kabir, Kuwait.


14) Alaeddin Mosque, Konya.


15) Sunshine Mosque Victoria, Australia.


16) Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, Bausher.


17) Mohammad Al-Amin Mosque, Beirut.


18) Blue Mosque, Mazar-e-Sharif, Afganisthan.


19) Khost Mosque, Afganisthan.


20) Magoki-Attori Mosque, Bukhara, Uzbekistan.


21) The Uppsala Mosque, Uppsala, Sweden.


22) Lala Mustafa Pasha Mosque, Famagusta, Cyprus.


23) Pavlodar Mosque, Kazakisthan.


24) Great Mosque of Almaty, Kazakisthan.


25) Mosque Yunus Emre, Genk, Belgium.


26) Mosque of Victory, Istanbul.


27) Mosque of Uqba,  Kairouan, Tunisia.


28) Al-Azhar Mosque and University, Cairo.


29) Abu el-Abbas el-Mursi Mosque, Alexandria.


30) Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque, Brunei.


31) Ibn Tulun Mosque, Cairo, Egypt.


32) Al-Saleh Mosque, Sanaa, Yamen.


33) Al Rahman Mosque, Aleppo, Syria.


34) Al Karomah Grand Mosque of Martapura, Indonesia.


35) Bengkulu Grand Mosque, Indonesia.


36) Masjid Dian al Mahri, Depok, Indonesia.


37) Raya Mosque, Tanjung Pinang, Indonesia.


38) Istiqlal Mosque, Jakarta, Indonesia.


39) Grand Mosque, Semarang, Indonesia.


40) Nasir al-Mulk Mosque, Shiraz, Iran.


41) Al Azim Mosque, Malacca, Malaysia.


42) Straits Mosque, Melaka, Malysia.


43) City Mosque, Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia.


44) Federal Territory Mosque, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.


45) Zahir Mosque, Kedah, Malaysia.


46) Pearl Mosque, Bhopal, India.


47) Mecca Masjid, Hyderabad, India.


48) Ruhy Mosque, Ashgabat, Turkmenistan.


49) Azadi Mosque,  Ashgabat, Turkmenistan.


50) Abuja Central Mosque, Nigeria.

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