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I enjoyed our visit to the King Abdullah Mosque. The bazarr at the front was nice with the sales assistant offering us some local tea. In order to enter the mosque you need to wear one of the black robes and cover your head. You...More
The outside of the mosque with its blue dome is probably the most interesting for none-Muslims. The interior is, besides nice carpeting, not of any interest. Only if you (none-Muslim) cannot anything to think of doing in Amman this might be worth visiting. Our Muslim...More
This is the first sightseen or place we visited in Amman after arrival. Basement of the masjid there is souvenir shop. Beautiful Masjid and this is the one of must visit place in Amman. Visitors (even non muslims) allowed to go inside the masjid and...More
Set high on the hill the beautiful blue dome shines. Inside is calm and peaceful with plush carpet and ornate door handles. Women are required to wear full length garb which is available to borrow for your visit.
We were denied entry to this place by the security guard and also, not allowed us to take pics of the mosque from the front. The shop through which you enter is a great place, the shop owner was a great guy.
You have to dress up in robes to go in and there really isn't much to see. The entry is a shop with hot tea, but fairly high-pressure sales that you must pass through. Not a must-do in Amman by any shot.
The mosque is beautiful and every is welcoming to non-Muslims. Of course it is important to respect local customs. Ladies will be asked to don brown or black robes (available for small fee) and keep heads covered. Everyone must remove their shoes. The building is...More
A woman must put a tunic to get into the mosque! If a man wears short pants, he has to do the same! The tunic covers the entire body! At the entrance you must take out your shoes, as in all the mosques! The mosque...More