Jumeirah Mosque

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Jumeirah Mosque
مسجد جميرا
Jumeira Mosque Dubai-2.jpg
Outside view of mosque in the evening
LocationDubai, Emirate of Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Jumeirah Mosque is located in Dubai
Jumeirah Mosque
United Arab Emirates
Geographic coordinates25°14′02″N 55°15′56″E / 25.2340°N 55.2655°E / 25.2340; 55.2655Coordinates: 25°14′02″N 55°15′56″E / 25.2340°N 55.2655°E / 25.2340; 55.2655
StyleIslamic Architecture
Date established1979

Jumeirah Mosque (Arabic: مسجد جميرا‎) is a mosque in Dubai, Emirate of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Construction began in 1976; the mosque is built in traditional Fatimid style which originated from Syria and Egypt. Opened in 1979, the Jumeirah Mosque visit has been a key activity under the 'Open Doors. Open Minds.' programs of the Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding (SMCCU).

[1] The Jumeirah Grand Mosque was a gift from the Late Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Al Maktoum, the former Ruler of Dubai and father of the current Ruler of Dubai Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. It is said that it is the most photographed mosque in all of Dubai. Organized tours are available for non-Muslims.[2][3]

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  1. ^ Croucher, martin (7 August 2011). "Jumeirah Mosque builds bridges". The National. Retrieved 15 July 2015.
  2. ^ "Jumeirah Mosque Visit".
  3. ^ Mariam M. Al Serkal, Staff Reporter. "Jumeirah Mosque: A key feature of old Dubai".

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