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A must visit and if you are a non-Muslim and would like to learn more then mosque staff was also having a small sit down sessions after prayers to explain about the architecture and various aspects of mosque in Islamic society.
This mosque is based in Midtown Beirut and it's considered one of the biggest Islamic iconic projects of former prime minister Rafiq Hariri, and it was officially opened by his son Saad Hariri in 2008. You can have a short tour inside and see its...More
Really worth visiting. The colour, splendour, size, design - all awe inspiring and beautiful. The domes are spectacular looking! Built in Ottoman architecture style, although not from the era. A must visit when in Beirut!
This is a beautiful iconic mosque standing near a Church and the best thing about this place is that cameras are allowed inside. You can take all the pictures you want. It is also next to the place where former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafic Hariri...More