A visit is the most beautiful of all, to the Muhammad Al-Amin Mosque in Beirut
One of the most beautiful tours ever for Lebanon SightSeeing is the one that includes visits to the historical landmarks of Beirut. This is because it will include exploring an ancient archaeological landmark of great beauty and splendor. In order not to prolong you, it is the Mosque of Muhammad Al-Amin, for the extent of its artistic and architectural creativity, we dedicated this article to it alone to talk about it in detail, so that you know the most important features of this beautiful place, which undoubtedly makes you miss visiting it.
The Muhammad Al-Amin Mosque is one of the most luxurious mosques in the Lebanese capital, Beirut, and the largest mosque in Lebanon, with an area of more than 10,000 square meters, and a capacity for more than 5,000 worshipers.
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The Muhammad al-Amin Mosque was previously a Sufi corner built on a piece of land that was donated by the Ottoman Sultan Abd al-Majid to one of the great Lebanese religious scholars. The government of the late Rafik Hariri, and the process of establishing the mosque was completely completed and opened in 2008.
While you are inside the Muhammad Al-Amin Mosque, you will see the splendor of the Ottoman interior designs of the mosque, including huge carved columns and walls decorated with mosaic inscriptions, decorated with Quranic verses written in the most beautiful Arabic script, and you will see the huge and luxurious crystal chandeliers that hang from the ceiling.
As for the exterior design of the Muhammad al-Amin Mosque in Beirut, it is characterized by four magnificent minarets, with a height of more than 70 meters, and can be seen from all parts of Beirut, and large and small domes painted in azure blue.
Outside the mosque, there is the tomb of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri, and in the vicinity of the Muhammad al-Amin mosque in Beirut, there are a large number of distinctive cafes and restaurants that offer the most delicious and delicious types of Lebanese popular food and meals from various world-famous restaurants.
The Muhammad Al-Amin Mosque is located in Martyrs’ Square in the center of the Lebanese capital, which we have already talked about in detail in a previous article. It is distinguished by its proximity to prominent historical and natural landmarks such as Hamra Street, the American University Museum, Solidere Beirut, and many other distinctive tourist places in Beirut.