The Faisal Mosque is a landmark of Islamabad, located next to the Pakistan International Islamic University in the western part of the capital Islamabad. It was funded by the King Faisal Foundation of Saudi Arabia and was named after his name. The shape of the mosque is unique and magnificent, with strong Islamic cultural characteristics. The entire complex consists of a worship hall, a minaret, a courtyard plaza, a cloister, etc. The shape is made of white marble, decorated with mosaics and lowered from Banshan Park. The white roof and tower can be clearly seen.