On the right of Hassan II Mosque is the North Atlantic Ocean. The sound of the waves beating on the reefs is very beautiful. The setting sun is also beautiful. From a distance, the mosque stands on the sea independently. It is very beautiful! It took two months for a single bicycle to cross Russia's vast territory from China, all the way north to the Arctic Circle, across the whole continent of Europe, across the English Channel by train, across the Mediterranean Sea south to the Strait of Gibraltar, onto Africa, the poorest continent in the world, and also the most amazing land! Here is the world's oldest desert, the oldest tribe, the nation! A total of more than 30,000 kilometers of long journey through dozens of countries on the way! # Mr. Huang's self-driving trip around the world #
A third of the area of Hassan II Mosque was built at sea to commemorate the Arabs'ancestors in Morocco who came from the sea. The whole mosque, which can hold 100,000 prayers at the same time, is the third largest mosque in the world. The architectural style inside is like that of a church.
The interior of the mosque is large, quiet and a little mysterious. Marble walls, roofs and pillars surrounded by exquisitely carved patterns. The ground marble is shining and the pattern is very delicate. The hall contains 25,000 worshippers, and the outdoor square can seat up to 80,000 worshippers. This magnificent Hassan II mosque is considered the third largest mosque in the world, with Saudi Arabia and Mecca ranking first and second. The designer of the mosque is a French, non-Muslim. The construction of Hassan II Mosque started in 1987. It took six years, costing more than 500 million dollars. Most of the money came from donations from believers at home and abroad. The materials used are the best in the world, many from South Africa, Italy. The mosque symbolizes the unity, cohesion and creativity of the Moroccan nation, and the local Moroccans are proud of it. Visitors'admission tickets are 120 AMD / person (US$1 = 9.3 AMD), wearing stickers, joining different tour guide language teams and visiting in groups. In accordance with the stipulated time. More than a dozen of our English team members followed the tour guide to visit and listen to the lectures for about 20 minutes, and then took free photos. There are plastic bagged shoes at the entrance and they are allowed to wear socks.
In the afternoon, we left the hotel and walked to Hassan II Mosque, which is close by. The so-called third largest mosque in the Islamic world was built to commemorate the sixtieth birthday of the former king. Its main building uses white marble, green glazed tiles and copper ornaments inlaid between, Xuanli Tower up to 200 meters, solemn and elegant. The magnificent mosque began construction in August 1987. It is situated at the westernmost end of the Islamic world, one third of which is built at sea to commemorate the Arabs'ancestors of Morocco who came from the sea. Walking in front of such a huge mosque, although the square is partially restored, it still has a grand demeanor. The mosque built near the sea is magnificent and upright with the accompaniment of the sea waves and the blowing of the sea breeze, and the tall minaret with bright colors and colorful patterns soars into the clouds. The neat and wide square brings momentum to the mosque in its breadth. After dinner, go to see the night scene of Hassan II Mosque at the beginning of the night. In the light of the lamp, the whole mosque in addition to the grand momentum of the day, but also increased the deep quiet. Without the noise and crowds in the square, the empty and brilliant lights seem to be able to experience the architectural charm of the mosque at this moment. After getting up in the morning, I once again visited Hassan II Mosque, which is close by. At dawn, the light mist drifted from the sea to the land, and the magnificent and quiet mosque was like a fairyland in the haze. Apart from scattered tourists and staff on duty, the empty square looks very quiet.
Hassan II Mosque is the landmark of Casablanca, and its vision can be seen from the hotel window. Driving to the opposite side of the mosque, people kept waving to stop at the roadside and collected 10 Mads. The mosque, built on the Atlantic Ocean, is said to be second only to the mosque in the holy city of Mecca. Two-thirds of it was built at sea (reclamation), starting in 1987 and completed in 1993. The fare is 108 Mad. Each person will send a plastic bag for his shoes. The instructions are in Spanish, French and Arabic, but there is no English. The waiter said that there were English tour guides who told us to hurry in and look for them. There were many Chinese tourists in the hall, but they couldn't find English tour guides. So when we went out blindly, we saw ladders upstairs and asked whether the doorman could go upstairs. He hesitated to take us upstairs and gave them to two other people who told us we could go up and take pictures. When we were ready to go downstairs, they took off their hats and gave tips to 5 Mad. They heard what they were discussing and probably how to divide them up.
Hassan II Mosque is the third largest mosque in the Islamic world and the most modernized mosque in the world. It was built to commemorate the sixtieth birthday of the former king and is the only mosque open to foreigners. The building area is 2 hectares. The roof can be opened and closed. All 25 East doors are made of titanium alloy, which can resist seawater corrosion. One third of the mosque is built at sea, and is said to commemorate the Arabic ancestors of Morocco who came from the sea. The whole mosque can hold 100,000 prayers at the same time. Its area is second only to the holy city of Mecca, and it is praised as a wonderful flower in the architectural circles of the twentieth century.
Hassan II Mosque is located on the Atlantic coast, the third largest in the world! The building was completed by more than 12,000 people day and night in 6 years, costing $900 million. The building area is 2 hectares and the roof can be opened and closed. The intricate decorative murals, mosaics, carved decorative lines and Arab carpets in the temple all embody the elegant artistic beauty of Islamic architecture, which is amazing. It is the pride of Moroccans.
Hassan II Mosque, the third largest mosque in the Islamic world and the most modernized mosque in the world, was built to commemorate the sixtieth birthday of the former king and is the only mosque open to foreigners. The building area is 2 hectares, 200 meters long and 100 meters wide. The roof can be opened and closed. All 25 East doors are made of titanium alloy, which can resist seawater corrosion. Situated at the westernmost end of the Islamic world, the mosque began construction in August 1987, with one third of the area built at sea to commemorate the arrival of Moroccan Arabs from the sea. The whole mosque can hold 100,000 prayers at the same time. Its area is second only to the holy city of Mecca, and it is known as the wonderful flower of the twentieth century architecture.
Hassan II Mosque is located on the Atlantic coast of Casablanca, at the western end of the Islamic world. One third of the area was built at sea to commemorate the Arabs'ancestors in Morocco who came from the sea. The whole mosque can hold 100,000 prayers at the same time. It is the third largest mosque in the world. Its white marble walls are exquisitely carved and its inner and outer corridors are magnificent. The main hall roof can be opened and closed remotely. 25 automatic doors are all made of titanium alloy, which can resist seawater corrosion.