Jumeirah Mosque, Dubai

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#1 of 20 in Historic Sites in Dubai
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
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Visit Jumeirah Mosque, a place of worship and cultural center that places particular emphasis on introducing Islam to non-Muslim guests. Built in the late 1970s, the mosque represents a traditional Fatimid style of architecture, with tall twin minarets on either side of a large central dome. Join a guided tour to see the mosque's attractive interior and learn about the traditions and history of Islam in the country and across the region. As opposed to many places of worship in the city, photography is allowed here, so make sure to bring your camera. Arrange your visit to Jumeirah Mosque and discover more family-friendly attractions in Dubai using our Dubai trip planning app.
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  • We were very unfortunate: our guide was not good. He introduced himself saying that he xas a real estate agent and was a volunteer. We didn't learn a thing, not about the building, not about... 
    We were very unfortunate: our guide was not good. He introduced himself saying that he xas a real estate agent and was a volunteer. We didn't learn a thing, not about the building, not about...  more »
  • Great opportunity to learn about the 5 pillars of Islam. Very informative and you will have the opportunity to ask questions. This was a great experience for a small fee. You must dress... 
    Great opportunity to learn about the 5 pillars of Islam. Very informative and you will have the opportunity to ask questions. This was a great experience for a small fee. You must dress...  more »
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  • Ats one of oldest mosque very popular among tourist. At open mind open heart policy for non Muslims on specific time.
  • It is a beautiful mosque that unfortunately we could not see from the inside. When visiting be aware that there are special hours for tours given that during the day people go to the mosque to pray. I think it has a web site where you can see the tour times. They have a nice gift shop at the reception and they also sell camel milk if you feel like giving it a shot.

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