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Mohammad Al-Amin Mosque

785 Reviews

Mohammad Al-Amin Mosque

785 Reviews
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merry wrote a review Oct 2020
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This church will surprise you in many ways. It's an eighteenth century church that was built on top of a much earlier one from the 4th century. The much older church had been forgotten for hundreds of years, but a bombardment that took place during the Lebanese civil war (1975-1990) unveiled the ancient church when a bomb bore a hole through the newer church's floor. It is possible to visit the older church during the day through a separate entrance to the left of the newer church's main door
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Date of experience: December 2019
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NLgirl06 wrote a review Apr 2020
Cambridge, United Kingdom4,386 contributions89 helpful votes
Situated right on the Martyars square this wonderful building has lots to offer, for the believers and visitors alike. Stunning architect and inside painted exterior. The castodians inside were at hand to answer all your questions
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Abdel-Rahman Ghandour wrote a review Feb 2020
Tunis, Tunisia522 contributions388 helpful votes
How the engineers were able to construct such a monumental mosque in what is a very tight area is impressive. Colors are a beauty, as is the muezzin. Constructed by murdered prime minister Rafik Hariri in honour of his spouse, its colors are stunning when lit at night. Has become an icon of Beirut
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Capt_Zeppos wrote a review Feb 2020
Antwerp, Belgium46 contributions16 helpful votes
the roads are a mess, the driving is horrible, but the people are so nice. This mosque is a must visit, the sun reflects on it... take a walk around it...
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Date of experience: October 2019
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chan wrote a review Jan 2020
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Al ameen mosque in Downtow Beirut is a beautiful place to visit in downtown beirut even there is some protesters around but you should stop there when visiting Beirut
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Date of experience: January 2020
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