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The women had to put on a head covering and be wearing trousers or an ankle length skirt before being allowed to enter but shoes did not have to be removed by either sex. Then we just stood around and looked into the mosque. It...More
Located in a backstreet not too easy to find, Foz do Iguaçu's mosque has a very appealing appearance. The dome over the nave, accompanied by two minarets on opposing sides, creates harmony from simmetry. The blue stained glass contrasts with the dominating white, making it...More
One of largest Muslim community outside Middle East, this beautiful mosque is open to visitors of any religion. Obviously, it is not so beautiful or rich as other mosques in Turkey or Lebanon, but the essence to spirituality is preserved. All built in white, with...More