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When i visited this mosque, there was a Rifai dhikr(zikr). Before my visit, i thought that this was the Ahmed Ar-Rifai mosque and that his tomb was in it, but it seems it was a mosque dedicated to a Rifai Sheikh and that was his...More
I stayed longer at this mosque than it's neighbour the Sultan Hassan Mosque. It is large too, with several tombs from Royals. It seems to combine more styles and because it had simply more places to see it appealed to me more. It was also...More
This mosque was very quiet when we were there which allowed us to have a good look at the mosque. It is a large mosque, but relatively modern, being built in the late 19th early 20th centuries.It is in 2 sections, the prayer hall and...More
From inside, this mosque is rectangular and very wide. consists of two parts, the part for prayer, and the rest for the place of welfare. The main part of the mosque to pray there are four large pillars lined with marble stones and connected with...More
We were here when the call to prayer was sung, that was one of the most magical chanting I have ever experienced, the acoustics in this place is to be experienced to be believed. The decoration and peace was fantastic