Mosque Baitul Mukarram, Dhaka, Bangladesh
This Mosque is the National Mosque of Bangladesh. Located in the heart of Dhaka, capital of Bangladesh, the mosque was founded in the 1960s.
It has a capacity of 30,000 people, a 10 largest mosque in the world, but still get the mosque was to
Faisal Mosque, Islamabad, Pakistan
Faisal Mosque in Islamabad is the largest mosque in Indonesia and South Asia and the fourth largest mosque in the world. It is the largest mosque in the world in 1986-1993 when defeated size by the completion of the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca, Morocco. After the expansion of the Masjid Al-Haram
(Grand Mosque) of Mecca and Al-Masjid al-Nabawi (Prophet’s Mosque) in Medina, Saudi Arabia in the 1990s,
Mosque Faisal Mosque to fourth place in the world.
Sultan Mosque, Singapore
Sultan Mosque, located at Muscat Street and North Bridge Road in Kampong Glam Rochor District Planning Area in Singapore. The mosque is considered one of the most important mosques in Singapore. Prayer hall and domes highlight the mosque features star.
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. He was assigned as a national monument on March 14, 1975.
Baiturrahman, Bandar Aceh, Indonesia
Baiturrahman Grand Mosque is a mosque located in the center of Banda Aceh. The mosque was formerly a mosque of the Sultanate of Aceh.
When the Dutch attacked the city of Banda Aceh in 1873, the mosque was burned, and in 1875 the Netherlands rebuild a mosque as his successor.
This single-domed mosque, and can be completed on December 27, 1883. Further Mosque was expanded to 3 dome in 1935. Last expanded again to 5 dome (1959-1968).
This mosque is one of the most beautiful mosques in Indonesia, which has the form of a sweet, carving an attractive, spacious courtyard and was very cool to be in the room when the mosque.
Taj’ul Masjid, Bhopal, India
Taj-ul-Masajid, is a mosque situated in Bhopal, India. This is one of the largest mosques in Asia. The mosque is also used as a madrasah (Islamic school) during the day.
Omar Ali Saifuddin, Brunei
Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque is a royal Islamic mosque located in Bandar Seri Begawan, the capital of the Sultanate of Brunei. The mosque is classified as one of the most spectacular mosques in the Asia Pacific region and become a major attraction for tourists. Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque is considered amongst the people of Brunei as a landmark of the country.
Zahir Mosque, Kedah, Malaysia
The mosque was built in 1912, an effort that expensed late Tunku Ibni Sultan Mahmud Shah Tajuddin Mukarram. This site is the mosque is the tomb of Kedah warriors who had died while maintaining Kedah from Siam in 1821. The architecture of the mosque was inspired by Azizi mosque in Langkat town in northern Sumatra. The mosque is enhanced with five prime large domes symbolizing the five Islamic principles.
Masjid Al Aqsa, Jerusalem, Israel (Palestine)
Al-Aqsa Mosque (Arabic: المسجد الاقصى, “the farthest mosque”), also known as the Al-Aqsa, is an Islamic holy sites in the Old City of Jerusalem. In the mosque itself is part of the Al-Haram ash-Sharif or “Sacred Noble Sanctuary” (along with the Dome of the Rock), a site also known as the Temple Mount and the sites holiest site in Judaism, as it is believed to be a temple Jerusalem once stood. is widely regarded as the third holiest site in Islam, Muslims believe that the prophet Muhammad was transported from the Sacred Mosque in Mecca to al-Aqsa during the Night Journey. Islamic tradition states that Muhammad led prayers towards this site until the seventeenth month after the emigration, when God ordered him to turn towards the Ka’aba.
In the Al-Aqsa Mosque was originally a small prayer house built by the Rashidun caliph Umar, but it has been built and developed by the Ummayad caliph Abd al-Malik and finished by his son al-Walid in 705 CE. After an earthquake in 746, the mosque was completely destroyed and built by the Abbasid caliph al-Mansur in 754, and again by his successor al-Mahdi in 780. Another earthquake destroyed the earth at the al-Aqsa in 1033, but two years later the Fatimid caliph Ali az-Zahir built another mosque which has stood to the present-day. During the periodic renovations done, the various ruling dynasties of the Islamic Caliphate constructed addition to the mosque and surrounding areas, such as the dome, vision, and minbar, minarets and the interior structure. When the Crusaders captured Jerusalem in 1099, they used the mosque as a palace and church, but its function as a mosque was restored once again by Saladin. Again renovations, improvements and additions made in later centuries by the Ayyubids, Today, the Old City under Israeli control, but still below the mosque administration of the Palestinian-led Islamic waqf.
Masjid Al Nabawi, Madina, Saudi Arabia
In the Prophet’s Mosque (or Prophet’s Mosque) (Arabic: المسجد النبوي), in Medina, is the second holiest mosque in Islam, and the second largest mosque in the world after the Masjid al-Haram in Mecca. This is the final place of the Islamic Prophet Muhammad. The mosque is considered the second holiest mosque by both Shia and Sunni, while the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem is the third holiest site.
One of the most important features of the site that Green Dome over the center of the mosque, where the tomb of Muhammad is located. It is not really known when the green dome was constructed but manuscripts dating to the early 12th century to explain the dome. This is known as the Dome Prophet or the Green Dome. Islam after the government greatly expanded and decorated it. Early Muslim leaders Abu Bakr and Umar are buried in an area around the mosque.
The site was originally Muhammad’s house, he settled there after the Hijra (emigration) to Medina, later building a mosque on the grounds. He himself shared in the heavy construction work. Original mosque was an open-air building. Basic plan of the building has been adopted in the building mosques elsewhere in the world.
The mosque is also used as a community center, a court, and a religious school. There is a platform to raise the people who taught the Qur’an.
Masjid Al Haram, Makkahm, Saudi Arabia
Al-Masjid Al-Haram (المسجد الحرام) is the largest mosque in the world. Located in the city of Mecca, he was around the Kaaba, the place which Muslims turn towards while offering daily prayers and is considered the holiest place on Earth by Muslims.
The mosque is also known as the Grand Mosque.
Current structure covers an area of ​​400,800 square meters (99.0 acres) including the outdoor and indoor praying spaces and can accommodate up to 4 million during the Hajj period, one of the largest annual gatherings of the world.