Kelvin Grand Mosque is the landmark of Kelvin and must be visited. Kaluwan is one of the four holy places in Islam and the third holy city. There are many mosques here. The tall spires of the Kaluwan Mosque are classical. They can be seen more than ten kilometers away. Tunisians regard Keruvan as a holy city, claiming that seven pilgrimages to Mecca are equivalent. Mosque is relatively open, if it is summer and autumn season, pay attention to sunscreen.
Keruvan is the spiritual home of Tunisians. If you don't have the money to make pilgrimages to Mecca every year, seven visits to Keruvan would be equivalent to one visit to Mecca. This shows the status of Keruvan in the hearts of Tunisians. The building is magnificent. Tall spires can be seen more than a dozen kilometers away. The bells on the top of the spires can be heard at a fixed time. It has become a classic landmark of Kailuwan. If you don't come to the Grand Mosque, it's like if you haven't been to Kailuwan. If you don't come to Kailuwan, you won't come to Tunisia. Being frightened, as if he had become a devout believer himself. When I visited the Grand Mosque, I met a group of local children who had just finished the pilgrimage. They saw me curious and surrounded me. They asked me in astringent English what my name was and where I came from. They did not know there was a place in China. Then, I said to take pictures for you, and they crowded in front of the camera excitedly one by one, with their wild smiles and innocent laughter forever remaining at that moment.
This is the world's four major mosques with the same name as Mecca, Medina and Jerusalem. It is one of the world's cultural heritage sites. There is a water storage hole in the center of the square. Because of the drought and lack of rain in North Africa, the local people reserved water storage space when building mosques. When it rained, they collected rainwater and then used it. How wise the ancients were!
Oakbar Mosque, also known as "Grand Mosque". It is not only the oldest and largest mosque in North Africa, but also one of the four largest mosques in the world with the same name as Mecca, Medina and Jerusalem. Oakba Mosque has unique architectural style and exquisite layout.