Nice mosque but they should do a better job of opening it for the tourist if they want it to be counted as a tourist attraction. The timings to see this are very limited.
One of largest Muslim community outside Middle East, this beautiful mosque is open to visitors of any religion. Obviously, it is not so beautiful or rich as other mosques in Turkey or Lebanon, but the essence to spirituality is preserved. All built in white, with blue carpets inside, candelabros, several people go there to pray or keep in touch with... 更多
This place takes you far from being in Latin America to the Middle East where you see a Mosque everywhere. There you can listen to the basics of Islam in the simplest way and get more knowledge about true Islam. And for muslims, it is working and you can pray there every prayer. Also, don't miss the small shop in... 更多
The tourism company and all tourism had to face a closed mosque because one of their members simply decided it would not open that day. I have to say that we could enter the building after the great guide had a long conversation with them. But the thing is: first they decide to close, then decide to open -- how... 更多
If you're are looking to know a little about the religion and their monuments go somewhere else. This is a pretty little mosk but nothing surprising.
It was a great disappointment. First, women are not allowed to wear shorts, however men are. Discrimination!!! Women are required to wear a head/arm scarf provided by the mosque. However, it is not a disposable scarf so you never know who was wearing it before you and how clean it is by the time you are supposed to wear it.... 更多