The most beautiful mosques in the world


Who says Islam says mosque, one of the most important pillars of the religion. The Masjid, a special place of worship exist today in the four corners of the globe, a different architectural style across countries. We invite you to discover in the following, some of the most beautiful mosques in the world. Our starting point, China, specifically in Kashgar, or fleet quietly Id Khan, one of the oldest mosques in the world. Indeed, this structure is composed of elements from 996 even though it was built in 1442. Our next stop will be in Pakistan or you can let you marvel at the Badshahi a Mughal original building built in 1673 and considered for over 300 years, as the largest mosque in the world. The Masjid can accommodate more worshipers 10000O between courtyard and main room. Our journey continues to Turkey exactly in Istanbul, home to the picturesque Blue Mosque, the Sultan Ahmed, built between 1609 and 1616. Note that this mosque is named after the blue tiles covering its interior. From Turkey to Morocco, or we'll stop at the foot of the Masjid Hassan II, there or rests majestically largest minaret in the world at a height of 210 meters. Wander these hundreds of steps and admire the splendid panoramic view of the Atlantic Ocean before flying back to Jerusalem, the third holiest site of Islam, or you'll get to watch a World Wonder, Al Aqsa, where prophet Mohammed was transported on his night journey from Mecca. Last stop before returning, Medina, Saudi Arabia. Follow signs to Masjid Al Haram, the first shrine of Islam. This picturesque monumental structure is a true masterpiece. In front of his front door, admire the famous black stone, planted in one of the walls of the Kaaba covered by a black tile calligraphy in gold and silver, it is undoubtedly a unique work of art!