Grand Mosque in Oman's Muscat
This is part of the biggest mosque in Oman (and perhaps the second-largest in the world). The main praying area can have up to 6,500 worshipers. A major feature of the design of the interior is the prayer carpet which covers the floor of the prayer hall. It contains, 1,700 million knots, weighs 21 tonnes and took four years to produce.
African Postman: The Struggles and the Dust of Cairo
Cairo, the capital city of Egypt, was until recently the most populous city in Africa. At least, it still may be – it rather depends on how you define the city limits (Lagos may be first or …
This Modern Concrete Mosque In Australia Is An Architectural Work Of Art - IGNANT
Australian architecture firm Candalepas Associates has completed ‘Punchbowl Mosque’, a concrete masterpiece located in Sydney’s southwest; a project 20 years in the making.