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This is not a tourist attraction, but rather an active mosque. As such do not expect tickets and organised tours. If you are comfortable and familiar with the requisites for entering a mosque (only face and hands exposed for women and long trousers for men)...More
Dijbouti is one of the most expensive country's I travel in Africa, at the capital Djibouti City there is not much to do and this mosque is one of the 2-3 sights in town, I walk around it looks normal noting interesting at all, I...More
The mosque is cradled in the middle of the market with close proximity to the bus park and the rest of the town.
Though the mosque is a historical building and of significant religious importance it is quite unfortunate to see that it has not...More