HELLO DUBAI AGAIN – DAY 5: Abu Dhabi 2: Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Center
[Travel in January 2019]
The highlight of the Abu Dhabi trip – Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Center 🙂 Excited! 🙂 I have seen a lot of photos the mosque, its beyond beauty. I love how the structure and story behind! 🙂
Dressed up like arab lady here 🙂
The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque stands out as one of the world’s largest mosques, and the only one that captures unique interactions between Islam and world cultures.
The mosque’s architects were British, Italian and Emirati, and design inspiration was borrowed parts of Turkey, Morocco, Pakistan, and Egypt among other Islamic countries, revealing a glistening architectural marvel with an astonishing capacity of 40,000 worshippers and visitors.
Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Center
Address: Sheikh Rashid Bin Saeed St – Abu Dhabi – United Arab Emirates
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4 thoughts on “HELLO DUBAI AGAIN – DAY 5: Abu Dhabi 2: Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Center”
You look tired in your pictures, sometimes jetlagged? Haha, but the pictures are still beautiful!
People speak good English over there?
The veil was mandatory for women?
I really envy you to travel so much! It makes me really curious! I went on your Instagram! I saw that you went to Europe without going to France! 😮
If you’re thinking about it right now, it’s not a very good idea but when you feel better, take a look around!
hahaha, I always looks very tired during holiday because I sleep very little as I am way too excited to sleep early hahaa! In dubai, people speak fairly very well in english and makes people easier to enjoy their trip over. Their food menu is in english as well too!
Yes, veil is a mandatory for all ladies!
I did go to France the last time round! I went to Paris, during my first europe trip! I am very excited and happy about paris! 🙂
The photos of the mosque are magnificent!
The architecture is crazy! The aesthetics is crazy! It’s marble on the floor??
Yes, everything in the mosque is really magnificent! Hope to visit again whenever we get to fly again!