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King Abdullah Mosque

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King Abdullah Mosque

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Journey Through the Holy Land of Israel & Jordan - 11 Days
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Journey Through the Holy Land of Israel & Jordan - 11 Days

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Explore the Holy Land site of Israel and Jordan , This 11 day adventure covers Holy Land top tour sites. Begin in Tel Aviv make your way to Northern Israel to visit Nazareth, Sea of Galilee, Galilee, Golan Hights, Tabgha, Capernaum and sleep at a kibbutz near Galilee. Explore Israel’s culture and history in modern Haifa, ancient Caesarea and Tel Aviv’s bustling port. Visit the archeological sites atop Masada plateau then immerse yourself in the Dead Sea. We continue to Holy Jerusalem and Bethlehem Christian sites. We continue to the south to Visit Jordan - Petra, Jerash, Mount Nebo Amman.<br><br>.<br><br>● Explore Bethlehem, Nazareth, the Golan Heights and the miracle sites of the Sea of Galilee.<br><br>● Visit historic sites of Jordan - Petra, Jerash, Mount Nebo Amman.<br><br>● Entrance fees to places of interest while touring.<br><br>● 10-night biblical and historical Israel tour and Jordan.<br><br>● Visit Haifa, UNESCO-listed Acre and ancient Caesara.<br><br>● Explore Wadi Rum with unforgettable Jeep Tour
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Rochalovesruby wrote a review Mar 2020
York, United Kingdom673 contributions321 helpful votes
We have seen many mosques around the world and if you don’t get a chance to visit don’t be disappointed. We paid a small fee to enter then we were led into a gift shop where the ladies had to pick either a brown or black full length and hooded abaya. Bearing in mind this mosque is an important one the decor was bland with many lights out on the vast light fitting. Of course it was of interest to us otherwise we would not entered. On leaving the mosque and depositing the abaya we were collared in their shop.....we did not buy anything.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Jenni44 wrote a review Mar 2020
Johannesburg, South Africa153 contributions68 helpful votes
A new-ish Mosque with a shop attached. If you have time go take a look but you won't be missing out on anything spectacular if you dont have time to get there
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Steve H wrote a review Feb 2020
Boynton Beach, Florida96 contributions1 helpful vote
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I wear splints on my ankles to keep from tripping, which makes it very difficult to remove my shoes. But they won’t allow stocking coverups over your shoes for those with such issues. They made me remove the splints and shoes and go with stocking feet. They did bring a chair over which was appreciated. I can get by walking without support for a little while, which made it ok except my socks became wet from water in the carpet. Wearing wet socks with splints is very uncomfortable. No attempt was made to bring that to a visitor’s attention or cordon off the area though they knew of the problem. Inside was ok, but I guess I expected more. It’s just a giant round room with some lights overhead. For a mosque that allows non-Muslims to enter, there was no accommodation to explain what we were seeing. There’s no learning here, just a view of the blue mosque architecture, which was awesome. The museum, after seeing some great ones in Amman, was small and of little benefit. While nice, it could have been so much more.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Mus wrote a review Feb 2020
Toronto, Canada116 contributions30 helpful votes
Beautiful mosque from inside and outside. Non muslims can go in, and women too. Which’s an uncommon thing when it comes to mosques. If you happen to have some time, it nice to go and see it.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Ukienomad wrote a review Feb 2020
Fleming Island, Florida6,312 contributions600 helpful votes
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King Abdullah mosque was built in 1989 by late King Hussein in honor of his father. The only mosque that welcomes non-Muslims. The mosque is huge and can hold 7000 men inside and 3000 in the courtyard. It has a capped dome painted in various blues and is one of Amman’s modern landmarks. They have a really nice gift shop on the right side of the mosque but don’t forget to bargain with them.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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