One of amazing historical mosque in Beirut. It is located on downtown (soledeer area). Once you enter the mosque, you will notice the beautiful architectural design and its spiritual.
The mosque is fantastic inside and outside. The view of it makes you feel better what about the prayers!
Lovely mosque. The site where it's built upon has been home to successive civilizations worshiping in it in various denominations. The current building is a church-come-mosque. Lovely architectural gem. Very peaceful energy.
A historical and spiritual place to visit. The original mosque is "not there" anymore. You are praying in an Islamic way in an architectural structure of a church. The modern renovation is evident and the "tomb" containing Prophet Yehia's remains is breath catching.
it is amazing to imagine how this ancient structure has had people worshipping none stop for such a long time. The architecture is nice and it would be nice to have more information for the public who visit as none is offered.
We did not get a chance to go in so this review will only describe the oustide of the building. If you do get a chance, try to go in as I am sure it is as beautiful inside as it is out. The story of this mosque and how it came about is tragic and beautiful like so many... More
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