A mosque named after the founder of Bahrain
Al-Fateh Mosque, built in 1988, is one of the largest mosques in the world. It occupies an area of 6,500 m2 and up to 7,000 believers can pray here at a time. The architectural interest of the mosque is its huge dome, which is built of fiberglass and is the largest dome of fiberglass in the world. When visiting the mosque, foreign visitors have an assigned guide, so the tour of the mosque is also with an interesting explanation.
Giga List: The most beautiful places in Bahrain
This smallest state of the Persian Gulf with a rich history and rapid economic rise in recent years, has something to offer to… continue reading
Have you been there? Write a review of this place
Already rated by 0 travelers