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More than five years in the making, the largest mosque in Sharjah opened its doors in 2019
WHERE IS THE SHARJAH MOSQUE LOCATED?
Now one of the most famous mosques in Sharjah, this mosque is located in the Al Tay region, at the intersection of the Maliha Road (E102) and Emirates Road (E611).
The Sharjah Mosque is designed in the Ottoman style with the aesthetics of the mosque based on traditional Islamic architecture.
The massive main prayer hall features a gorgeous domed ceiling that’s inscribed with intricate Arabic calligraphy and gold detailing. Meanwhile, a beautiful chandelier and mihrab (the semi-circular niche at the front of the hall that indicates the direction of prayer) give the Sharjah Mosque its grand look!
WHEN DID THE SHARJAH MOSQUE OPEN?
The new Sharjah masjid opened in the first week of Ramadan, on 10 May 2019. The Sharjah Mosque opening was attended by His Highness Dr Sheikh Sultan bin Muhammad Al-Qasimi, Ruler of Sharjah, who performed the Isha and Tarawih prayers at the mosque.
Did you know? The Central Bank of the UAE issued two commemorative coins – one gold and one silver – to commemorate the opening of the Sharjah new mosque!