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King Abdullah Mosque, Amman

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
3.9/5 based on 160 reviews on the web
Pay a visit to King Abdullah Mosque, a landmark of Amman hailed for its grandiose blue dome. Open since 1989, the mosque was built by King Hussein, who dedicated and named it after his grandfather, the first King of Jordan. Non-Muslims are welcome to enter the mosque, admire its lavishly decorated interior, or visit the museum within to see King Abdullah’s collection of personal items, as well as a display of ancient pottery and coins. Put King Abdullah Mosque and other Amman attractions into our Amman tour planner, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • Worth visiting and spend some time. Women are supposed to cover their hairs. Looks nice from outside. Has a large prayer hall with lots of hanging lights. Not so spectacular from inside. 
  • Very peaceful place to pray the locals were very welcoming and hospitable. Has all the facilities for ablution. Looks beautiful at night time. My hotel was located across the road so I made the most o...  read more »
  • As a woman you walk down by the first souvenir shop just outside the fence, to a black dress to put on. Then buy a tickets for 2 JD and should you barefoot in the mosque. Within lies thick carpet on which men sit chatting, some pray and along the edge are even men to sleep. Special! Cikel many lamps hang from the ceiling in a. The ceiling is beautifully decorated with gold and blue. Also the dome on the outside is beautifully blue and from many sides in the city (e.g. from the Citadel) clearly recognizable.
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  • Beautiful masjid one the Jordanian people should feel proud of very nice inside also
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