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Bamako Grand Mosque, Bamako

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One of the tallest and most conspicuous buildings in the city, Bamako Grand Mosque features a combination of Saudi and West African architectural styles. Two minarets top the square building, where hundreds of worshipers come to pray or meditate. Make Bamako Grand Mosque a part of your Bamako vacation plans using our Bamako trip planning tool.
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  • I went in and was accompanied by a local, he spoke French and I only now like two or three words, despite that he was really helpful and understanding. You take your shoes off before entering. It's a....  more
    I went in and was accompanied by a local, he spoke French and I only now like two or three words, despite that he was really helpful and understanding. You take your shoes off before entering. It's a....  more »
  • Mali in July was hot, boiling hot, so I thought to skip a day of outdoor sights to head indoors for some peace and cooler air. I was thankful I could say "Big Mosque" in Arabic to the taxi driver... 
    Mali in July was hot, boiling hot, so I thought to skip a day of outdoor sights to head indoors for some peace and cooler air. I was thankful I could say "Big Mosque" in Arabic to the taxi driver...  more »
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  • The grandest mosque of Mali. It is also their national mosque. A symbol of modern Islamic architecture in Africa. You can never miss it if you are visiting the Masion De Artisan market.
  • It was an amazing place, Great place for praying Allah. Is one the most beautiful mosque of the city. It's cool to look for the place we want
  • Nice big place ang good market around
  • There's a motor station. It is near the biggest market in the city.
  • Really rowdy but interesting. I witnessed the market walk of a newly married couple.

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