Very good place for pray and to look for this nice old building and read Fateha to Abu El Abbas. The negative point is the ladies path room, it is not working long time back, so don't try to use it
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Spirituality is the main theme here, I don't know actually the secrete in this mosque but it has a spirit, that what most visitors believe in.
This mosque is near the coastal avenue of Alexandria and quite imposing in the local architecture. I would recommend spending around 30min. The unusual think is that the women in our group were separated from the men and led in a segregated part of the...More
A beautiful spiritual place to visit. Fantastic architecture like a lot of other mosques in Egypt. Do not be caught out as there is another smaller mosque in front which is sometimes mistaken for this place but the contrast between the two is very noticeable....More
Couple of weeks ago, we went this mosque during Alexandria city visit. This mosque is an example of wonderful architectural beauty of Alexandria. The look of the mosque from both interior and exterior are great. In the day time, inside the mosque, you will find...More
The people in charge are quite welcoming and co-operative. If you can go to the mausoleum below you can find the original ground level o the city and how global warming is resulting in the sea level rising resulting in the graves experiencing water ingress.
A beutiful mosque in and out situated on the Cornish road but so neglected and the surounding is so dirty it is so sad to see Alexandria so neglected poor city.
Mosque located at a very old part of Alexandria. You will enjoy looking to theAlexandria old port which is now fishing port.
Alhamdulillah, we could see this age old masjid. We said our prayer in the masjid. It has a big abolition facilities. The mosque also has the place for the female to say their prayer. The Imam of the Mosque stays in side the mosque. There...More
One of the oldest and best mosques in Alexandria,named after Sufi Saint Abu El-Abbass ElMursi, and dedicated to him around the 13th century, his tomb is built inside and is located at the Anfoushi neighborhood of Alexandria, near the Citadel of Qaitbay, which was mainly...More