Mosque of Coquimbo - Centro Mohammed VI para el Dialogo de las Civilizaciones, Coquimbo

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Get a sense of Chile's multicultural society at Mosque of Coquimbo - Centro Mohammed VI para el Dialogo de las Civilizaciones, an Islamic cultural center serving the city's thousands of Muslims. Inaugurated in 2004, the mosque features a design by Moroccan architect Faissal Cherradi and was built by craftsmen hailing from the Arab world. Pay special attention to the minaret, a scaled replica of the Koutoubia Mosque in Marrakech. Allow one of the knowledgeable and friendly tour guides to lead you to the top floor of the mosque, where breathtaking views across Coquimbo reward your ascent up the flight of stairs. To visit Mosque of Coquimbo - Centro Mohammed VI para el Dialogo de las Civilizaciones and get the most from your holiday in Coquimbo, create itinerary details personal to you using our Coquimbo online holiday planner .
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  • October 2, 2017
    Beautiful place in the city of Coquimbo. You enter and immediately came to another world! It has a beautiful decor, nice details and a guided tour up to the top floor. Trained staff to answer queries with many amabiliada and enthusiasm. Nice place to take the best photos of the city. Ends the tour with a delicious you. Totally recommended.
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  • September 6, 2017
    This venue or attraction used to learn the culture and the charms that carry a mesquita, above all in the ornaments I have understood were designed and carried out by Moroccans craftsmen, beautiful details, vale worth visit
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  • August 8, 2017
    Is a small place, it is a place of prayer for which it has not much to see, but what you have are a few walls and roof P r e c i o s and s. All carved by hand, is impressive detail of every inch. It's beautiful. Also interesting is the view of the place and what I liked the most to my was the library. It has various very interesting books at least to browse. It is a thing to do, especially the architects and builders. Ah! It is free.
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