Today, I went into the mosque. The ground was covered with stalls. Many people were lying down. Ladies need a headscarf to cover their hair when they come in, because I'm a shawl, so their supervisor took a headscarf to cover my hair. Ladies worship on the second floor and men worship on the first floor. Because I was curious about one layer, and then the staff of the mosque applied magic, so that our ladies could enter the men's layer. The top of the mosque was very beautiful and very high. The main source of their money is the library, which also has an open-air market for all kinds of things. It's good.
It's really magnificent. Looking at the appearance, it's shocking. But at that time, martial law, no chance to enter, I am sorry. It's worth watching, and it's a good place for Muslims to worship. Located in the centre of Abuja, it is very close to the Hilton Hotel and has great momentum, especially when the Muslim capital of Abuja accounts for the majority.
one of the best mosques in the whole country with an amzing view
Abuja National Mosque, also known as Nigeria's National Mosque, is Nigeria's national mosque, which is open to non-Islamists in addition to the time of assembly. The Nigerian National Church is the main place of prayer and worship in Nigeria, with a new Gothic architectural style.
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It's the largest mosque in Nigeria. The buildings are magnificent, beautiful and the surrounding scenery is beautiful.
The Federal Capital District is situated on the central plateau, with a general altitude of 688 meters, moderate geographical location and broad terrain. It is a tropical savanna climate, cool and pleasant, rich in water resources. The urban planning is crescent-shaped, located in the Guagua Plain in the northeast of the capital area. The city center is a national government organ and commercial district, with high-rise buildings such as the presidential palace, the parliament building and the legislative and judicial departments. The south of the city center is the main residential area, and the south end of the city is planned as an industrial area. The overall planning of Abuja city is designed by the famous Japanese architect Kenzo Danxia. The overall shape is a crescent shape, representing the belief in Islam. The attached figure - "City Gate" is the first building and the Great Mosque in Abuja.
Majesty. Every mosque looks a little similar. It's great.