Night scene. At 7:8 p.m., there were no pedestrians on the street. Worried about the business negotiations in the near future, my companions decided to go out and walk around a big mouth-shaped circle. When I got back, I went around the mosque again. It was darker, and the lights of the mosque were bright. Suddenly, I stood silent on the commercial street opposite the mosque and stopped talking with my companions. I looked forward to the darker sky.
This is one of the largest mosques in the world. It is located in Abu Dhabi. From Dubai to Abu Dhabi, it can be used as Daba 25 Dirham and Abu Dhabi bus terminus. Nol card is used for boarding and getting off buses. This card can also be used as a subway, just like the mainland railway card. From Abu Dhabi to the mosque by taxi, it takes 32 dirhams. It's on the escalator under the glass garden. On the left hand side, it's the place where tickets are collected. There's a place for self-service tickets. It's shown in Chinese, no charge, but there's a lot of people queuing up. Islam still has requirements, women can not bare their hair and legs, can wear scarves from home, can rent, wear shorts of relatives, can do long-distance running, I do not like, wearing sports clothes with hats, not bare feet and not show up, easy to enter and take photos, out of Dubai is a must come place, the landscape is pure, luxurious, spectacular.
Super shock, super beautiful... Really regret not buying a black robe to take photos. Holy, solemn and solemn... I can't help going in. The best scenic spot this time is the Grand Mosque. It's still very hot in winter in Dubai. If it's summer, it's estimated that it's going to get heatstroke.
The mosque is renowned for its luxury. Gold alone consumes 46 tons. There are countless white jade brick walls and tens of thousands of crystal chandeliers. It is said that the total cost of construction is about 5.5 billion US dollars. The giant carpets and crystal gold-plated chandeliers in the mosque are the largest in the world.
Jumeirah Mosque is one of Dubai's largest and most beautiful mosques. It is the most prominent landmark in Dubai and a favorite place for photographers to shoot. It appears frequently in various international publications. The Jumeirah Mosque, built in accordance with the architectural traditions of the Fatima Dynasty in the Middle Ages, is a brilliant example of modern Islamic architecture.