Grande Mosquée de Paris, Paris
Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
Grande Mosquée de Paris was founded in 1926 to show French appreciation for Muslim help in fighting the Germans. The café serves excellent mint tea and North African food. Plan your Grande Mosquée de Paris visit and explore what else you can see and do in Paris using our Paris tourist route planner.
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On se fait gommer devant une file de clientes qui attendent leur tour en faisant la queue adossées le long du mur de la pièce.... On se fait masser dans le bruit , les tables de massage étant dressées... read more »It is erased in front of a queue of customers waiting for their turn in lining up against the wall of the room... We're getting massage in the noise, the massage tables being erected in the middle of the rest room... Rented towel against € 4, glove charged €6, hair dryer parts (and obviously no plug to plug hers), cramped locker room... Nice framework, without more...show original
Мечеть в данном случае - не только одно здание, но и сад, дворики в мавританском стиле, кафе при мечети (кстати, заслуженно восхваляемое).Mosque in this case-not just one building, but garden, patios Moorish-style Cafe in a mosque (Incidentally, deservedly touted).show original
I loved lunch at the Great Mosque restaurant. Typical food, delicious, amazing sweets. and then we visited the mosque and the beautiful garden.
Very welcoming location, and lovely architecture inside. The setting is serene and peaceful, would recommend to anyone of any faith to visit this beautiful mosque.
Really cozy place to cover of the rain. You can really breath the Arabian culture. I like it. The Moroccan tea was really sweet but hot. Easy to access to the cafeteria.
Well worth the visit, didn't realise the size of the Muslim community until jumah. I prayed in the court yard. Surprisingly police presence near by, they are very polite and ensure our security. I felt humbled and previleged that Allah gave me the chance to get there by metro just in time for Judah prayers, ladies have there own section too.
The place masha allah very nice and so beautiful and the restaurant very good nice place to eat and green tea very lovely.
No need to be Muslim to pay a visit to this beautiful building. You can also go here to the Turkish bath and have a tea with delicious pastries.
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