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Just a stone’s throw from Maimun Palace, this building is in similar Indo-Saracenic style, and - to this reviewer at least - a much more worthwhile visit. The main hall is elaborately decorated, its dome sporting a huge chandelier in the centre. Around the building...More
This about 100 years old mosque was built by Sultan of Deli and is located just about 500 meters from Sultan residence, the Maimun Palace - you can walk from one place to another.
The mosque is still in use for daily praying and is...More
First thing to remember: this is a functional mosque, so visitors need to be dressed modestly- sarongs/headscarfs are available at gate for a fee. Second, beware of locals offering to provide you a tour since they do so expecting to be paid - if interested,...More
The mosque is beautiful, we did not go inside (there was a ceremony happening). A lovely local man told us that we were welcome to go in after the ceremony, but we were happy to admire from the outside.
This mosque is fantastic. From design to architecture. However, I gave 3 stars because of the following reasons;
Well, upon entering the main gate the mosque keeper insisted my friend to cover up as her attire is not up to standard. Fine. She...More
If you take a stroll around Medan, you will see quite a few attractions located close to each other and one of them is the Grand mosque. The mosque is located at one of the main intersection and is quite beautiful. We took a morning...More
DescriptionGreat Mosque of Medan or Masjid Raya Al Mashun is a mosque located in Medan, Indonesia. The mosque was built in the year 1906 and completed in 1909. In beginning of its establishment, the mosque was a part of the Maimun palace complex. Its architectural...More
On march 22.. i had a Qatar friends visit..actualy they are 3 of them..which want to sign a contract with one of palm oil company in medan..so after meal time..
They said want to pray .i suggested to to pray at the most oldest mosque...More
The mosque is not very big but is external design makes it majestic. There are 8 pillars forming the structure of the entire mosque. It is imported from Italy made of marble.
Entrance is free will contribution. Ladies must wear head scarfs. Those on shorts...More