Beirut's Blue Mosque is not beautiful at all. The Blue Mosque at night is a little better, but that is only because of the rendering of the lights. From the outside, the blue dome in the middle is a bit bloated, and the four minarets are too slender, like a fat man with thin limbs. Under the lighting of the lights, the minaret resembles four newly lit rockets that are about to lift off. Not comparable to the beautiful mosques in Iran.
I didn’t feel anything when I passed Beirut’s Blue Mosque during the day. At night, it was exceptionally gorgeous under the light, and I didn’t go in to see it because most of the mosques are similar.
This is a landmark in the center of Beirut, Islamic architecture. Next to it is the European-style shopping mall in the city center, the building has a beautiful combination of ancient and modern. The whole mosque is still very modern, after all, it was not repaired long ago. Please take off your shoes and socks when entering the mosque. Girls remember to wear a headscarf.
Magnificent, 5 worships a day, next to the Christian church
I have been to Rabat at least once a year in the past 12 years, I have been there a few times while visiting this theater and all of this I had a very interesting evening hospitality/, but it was not because of the theater itself. As far as I know this is the only theater in the town, it has a large hall with a balcony, but it is really too big compared to everyone looking at it. So it has to be low capital. If you see a chewy state... the performance is very good, but the cinema industry is really in urgent need of capital! ...Unfortunately this happened in the capital of Morocco. This country is so proud of their culture, but no one there really wants to invest in culture and make it closer to the people by maintaining and improving their cultural facilities such as this theater.
Every country’s mosque is different. This mosque was renovated after the war and its appearance is still very new.