For more than a thousand years, mosques have been places of worship for Muslims around the world. To this day, the beauty and rich history of these holy sites continue to inspire visitors. There are many beautiful Bahrain mosques. They are a testimony to the rich Islamic culture of the city. Architecture in some of these mosques will leave you spellbound.
Let’s take a look at some of the most stunning Bahrain mosques that will take your breath away. You should visit these beautiful mosques during your visit to Bahrain.
Al Fateh Grand Mosque
The Grand Mosque of Fateh is the largest place of worship and among the largest mosques in the world.
The Grand Mosque of Fateh is also known as Al Fateh Islamic Centre and Al Fateh Mosque. The mosque is located next to the King Faisal Highway in Juffair, Manama.
Al Fateh Grand Mosque was built under the patronage of the late Sheikh Isa Bin Salman Al Khalifa in 1987 and was named Ahmed Al Fateh.
The mosque covers 6,500 square meters and has the capacity to accommodate more than 7,000 worshippers at one time.
The walls of the mosque are beautifully decorated with Kufic script. Also, it is crowned with the largest fibreglass dome in the world.
Al Khamis Mosque
Al-Khamis Mosque was built around 692 AD, one of the oldest Bahrain mosques and also in the Arab world.
The identical double minarets in this ancient Islamic monument make it easy to identify and can be easily observed while driving along Sheikh Salman Road in Khamis.
It dates back to the eleventh century and was rebuilt in the 14th and 15th centuries. During this reconstruction, the twin minarets were added. The Khamis Mosque was recently partially renovated.
Part of the Siyadi House complex, which belonged to a former 19th-century pearl merchant, is the oldest Siyadi mosque preserved in Muharraq and still used for daily prayer.
The House of Quran is located in a building that is beautifully engraved in Arabic script. Bait Al-Quran is one of the most beautiful Bahrain mosques.
It displays an impressive collection of Quranic manuscripts as well as a library of more than 50,000 books written in Arabic, English and French, most of which focus on Islam.
Manuscripts dating back to the seventh century as well as the Quran written on rice, peas, and grains are among the exquisite collections. He claims to be the only institute in the world devoted to the Quran.
The building also houses a mosque, a showroom, a religious school and a museum and hosts a variety of art galleries.
This delightful little mosque has been incorporated into Beit Al Quran compound and is open even in the absence of the museum.
Often overlooked, contains one of the most unusual features you may see in a Bahraini mosque, a beautiful dome of stained-glass.
Located above a mihrab (pointing to the direction of Mecca) decorated with blue tiles that evoke Islamic Persia. The tiles in the yard have a similar effect, just take you to Muslim Spain.
Built-in 1992 by Shaikh Isa bin Salman Al Khalifa, this mosque can be easily identified by its unique minaret.
But the real jewel is inside: framed by beautiful Kufic line, four columns carrying twin arches of an impressive mosque mihrab, which are sculpted elaborately in different geometrical patterns repeated, creating a stunning effect.
It is considered as one of the best Bahrain Mosques. You can visit the mosque with respect outside prayer times. The mosque doesn’t hold Friday prayer.
Sheikh Hussain Mosque
There are many mosques in Bahrain, but this small mosque is one of the amazing Bahrain mosques.
It is perfectly shaped with an extraordinary design, offers a modern look at the architecture of the ninth-century minaret tower in Samarra, Iraq, a city of great spiritual significance.
The door of the beautifully carved wooden mosque is noteworthy.
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