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Al-Majidiya Mosque

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Al-Majidiya Mosque

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Rue Mir Majid Arslane Downtown Beirut, Beirut Lebanon
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cutelady Baluch wrote a review Jun 2020
Muscat Governorate, Oman1,198 contributions145 helpful votes
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Majidiye the Ottoman Historical Mosque: After its restoration and expansion, it is a historic mosque that was destroyed by the wars in Lebanon and most of it came during its lean years until a generous hand extended from the Kuwait, the hand of the Mubarak Al-Hassawi, who was spent on its restoration and expansion. The "Majidiyeh" mosque, which can hold about 500 worshipers, dates back to the Ottoman period and was part of a naval castle whose northern façade faces the sea. It was named in 1844 By Sultan Abdul Majid (1839-1981) The mosque is closed to markets that the "Solidere" company is constructing, so that it is easy for the owners of the neighboring shops and their employees to perform the prayers with ease, especially that the mosque is equipped with the latest equipment.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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aylin_ozcelik wrote a review Apr 2019
Istanbul, Turkey11 contributions6 helpful votes
Based on the trip advisor map I could not find it! :( Since also there is no picture of it I could not ask some local people. Hope I had a chance to visit for.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Manoul wrote a review Apr 2018
Beirut, Lebanon718 contributions512 helpful votes
I like this Mosque so much, I usually prayed inside it, it’s an ottoman Mosque and still have the same architecture. It has a special place for woman upstairs
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Date of experience: April 2018
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Manoul wrote a review Feb 2017
Beirut, Lebanon718 contributions512 helpful votes
I can't know how many times I visited this mosque, for daily prayers, Friday prayer, or just to take photos of this ottoman style mosque. Originally, the building was an ancient maritime citadel in Beirut and one of its most important strongholds. It was an extension of Souk Al-Tawile, which overlooked the sea and was used as a warehouse for timber merchants. It was turned into a mosque in the middle of the 19th century by Sultan Abdul Majid (1839- 1861) and named after him. The mosque was destroyed during the Civil War but has been restored, and another minaret, higher than the original one, was added to it.
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Date of experience: December 2016
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Walid I wrote a review Jan 2017
Beirut, Lebanon198 contributions28 helpful votes
I remember this Mosque I were with family I saw there many people was pray , A mosque in center of Beirut
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Date of experience: February 2016
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