Mosques is place for praying for Muslim. Usually
mosques was built in the countries with lot of Muslim population.
It means that those beautiful mosques is located in those countries.
The criteria of these chosen mosques are based on the large of area,
history, facilities and functionality of those mosques.
Let’s take a look at those most beautiful mosques in the world
2. Al Nabawi Mosque, Medina, Saudi Arabia
Al-Nabawi mosque is the second holiest mosque in Islam and
the second largest mosque in the world after the al-Haram mosque
in Mecca. One of the most important place of this mosque is
Green Dome (the center of the mosque), where the tomb of
the Prophet Muhammad is located. It is not unknown when
the green dome was built but a manuscript dating to
the early 12th century explain about the dome.
3. Al Aqsa Mosque, Jerusalem, Israel/Palestine
Al-Aqsa Mosque ( mean the farthest mosque), also known as Al-Aqsa,
The mosque was built in 1912, funded by Tunku Mahmud,
This is one of the largest mosques in Asia.
This mosque is also used as a madrasa (Islamic school)
in the afternoon.
Baiturrahman Mosque is a mosque located in downtown of
Banda Aceh, Indonesia. This mosque is a mosque that formerly
was a mosque of the Sultanate of Aceh.
When the Dutch attacked the city of Banda Aceh in 1873,
the mosque was burned, and the Netherlands rebuild a mosque
as its successor. This single-domed mosque can be completed
on December 27, 1883. This mosque further extended to
3 dome in 1935.
And lastly expanded again into 5 domes in 1959 to 1968.
This mosque is one of the most beautiful mosques in Indonesia,
which has a nice shape, carving an attractive, spacious yard and
was very cool when was in the room of the mosque.
Sultan Mosque, located at Muscat Street and North Bridge Road
in Kampong Glam Rochor District in Singapore is still considered
one of the most important mosque in Singapore.
Sultan mosque has stayed essentially unchanged since it was built,
only with improvements made to the main hall in 1960 and
annex added in 1993. It set as a national monument on
March 14th 1975.
Faisal Mosque in Islamabad is the biggest mosque in south east
and southern Asia and the fourth largest mosque in the world.
It was the largest mosque in the world of 1986-1993 before
defeated measure by the completion of the Mosque of Hassan II
in Casablanca, Morocco and after the expansion of Masjid Al-Haram
(Grand Mosque) of Mecca and the Al-Masjid Al-Nabawi
(Prophet’s Mosque) in Medina, Saudi Arabia in the 1990s.
Located in the heart of Dhaka city, capital of Bangladesh,
This mosque was founded in the 1960s.
has a capacity of 30,000 people, this mosque is
The top 10 biggest mosque in the world, but still this mosque is
too full for Muslim worship there. Because of this,
Bangladesh government has decided to add more area for the mosque.