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A must visit for solat if you are a Muslim. A little walk inside the Medina will take you there. Beware of touts outside the mosque offering you to take a viewing tower. You would get lost inside the maze of small alleys inside the...More
I visited the mosque whilst in the Medina. Although I was not allowed to enter the praying area I was able to put my hood on and enter the court yard. Such a beautiful soothing place. The sounds of chanting and praying by a local...More
I tried to get in twice in a week period and encountered the same difficulty. No accessible for non-Muslims. I can respect that but the officials can work a bit on a better Schuyler. The mosque often closed even in is off praying hours. Just...More
The Zitouna Mosque within the Medina of Tunis is quite interesting, as it seems every single one of the small, winding roads will take you to it one way or the other.
The building in itself is huge, though not spectacular or fancy in any...More
Unless you are a Muslim, you will not get in to see the wonders of the Grand Mosque Which is a shame. But you get a good view from a nearby panoramic spot within and interesting historic secular building. Up a side street up the...More