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Manjali Mosque, Atyrau

(4.4/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
An exquisite blue-domed mosque plated with white marble, Manjali Mosque has been a landmark of downtown Atyrau since its construction in 2001. The central mosque of the city, this elegant white structure with elaborate blue-tile ornaments can accommodate several hundred worshippers. Flanked by two slim 26 m (85 ft) tall minarets, its main 23 m (75 ft) tall dome covers the main hall and features a huge balcony with 600 seats. The central entrance arch is designed with typical Kazakh blue tile decorations, with calligraphy decorating both the exterior and interior. Two bronze equestrian statues of Kazakh warriors stand proudly in a square next to the mosque. To visit Manjali Mosque on your trip to Atyrau, use our Atyrau vacation trip planner.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • I really like to attend mosque. Not only to read the prayers. In the resting soul. The Interior of the mosque is very beautiful. Visitors-welcome! Be sure to visit the mosque.
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  • This is the main mosque in Atyrau and stands next to the square on the main road so you can't miss it. It's nice but nothing spectacular. Nice ceiling and walls with green carpets and in the main hall...  more »
  • Agree with previous commenters. Probably this is the only attraction in this town.
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  • Ada kolongnya.
  • I read there prayers.. beautiful mosque.
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  • Everything is fine!
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  • Beautiful mosque
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  • Our native mosque!
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