As Friday Prayers Reopen, Here are 10 Incredible Mosques from the UAE

According to statistics released in 2019 by the Federal Competitiveness and Statistics Authority, the UAE has more than 9,083 mosques with a capacity of more than 100 worshippers accounted for 85% of the total number with 301 mosques each accomodating more than 1,000 worshippers.

The UAE is one of the most peaceful and culturally diverse cities in the world with a predominantly Muslim population, which makes it home to some of the most spectacular and breathtaking mosques in the world. Below we’re going to give you an insight into Islamic architecture, history, and elements of worship of ten incredible mosques across the UAE.

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi is an architectural marvel

The stunning stone-carved structure of Grand Jumeirah Mosque in Dubai

Al Farooq Umar Bin Al Khattab Mosque in Dubai has been a prominent stature for enduring Islamic traditions and teachings for years

Al Noor Mosque in Sharjah is an excellent experience owing to its distinct Ottoman design

Al Badiyah Mosque in Fujairah is the UAE’s oldest mosque, it was built in 1446

Al Rahim Mosque is the only mosque in the area of Dubai Marina

Grand Bur Mosque in Dubai, was Originally built in 1900, demolished and built again in 1960, it then underwent further rebuilding in 1998

Al Salam Mosque is among the must-see mosques in Dubai

The Abdul Rahman Siddique Mosque is actually an award-winning project that was part of a competition to design a major mosque on the trunk of Palm Jumeirah 

The 200-year-old Salem Al Mutawa Mosque located at the heart of Khor Fakkan

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