Learn the importance of tradition at Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque
Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque

Learn the importance of tradition at Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is the grand invite into the city. It has more than 80 marble domes held by 1000 pillars and punctuated by four 107 m high minarets. This mosque is one of the few in the region accessible to non-Muslims. More than 90,000 tonnes of marble utilized in the construction of the mosque.

There are faint floral designs with semi-precious stones. One of the prayer halls in the mosque has distinctive features with worlds biggest loomed carpet twisted with Iranian cotton and New Zealand wool. Visitors are permitted to visit the museum except in prayer times. If you visit the museum, it will be a 45-minute trip that explains the fundamentals of Islamic culture and some highlights.

Capturing pictures are free to visitors in the various parts of the mosque. There are the best café and gift shop inside the complex. Sheikh Zayed mosque is the grandest mosque, and it takes 90 minutes to reach the museum and costs approx. 50 dirhams by taxi.

This tourist attraction is free to visit so you cannot miss if you are in UAE.  You can access the mosque from 9 am to 11 pm, and on Friday you can visit the mosque from 4 pm to 11 pm. Any time is the best time to visit the mosque, and due to overheating it is best to visit in the early morning or the evening. As this is the Muslim mosque, everyone needs to be dressed up in the dress code. Free guided tours are accessible at any time in the day.

The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is an incredible site, and you can enjoy the tradition and learn a few of the things regarding tradition. You can take numerous photos, and you must be polite. Your outfit must contain, or at the mosque Abayas are accessible.

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  1. Half Day Abu Dhabi City Tour
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