Nice architecture and detailed art work! Mosque made from huge coral pieces.
was surprised to see that not all visitors were covered up... we had to wrap ourselves in sarongs top and bottom although we were wearing sleeved tshirts... too hot and still as no fans/electricity switched on. not very much to see..
its a great mysterious enter to the history of religion, you can feel the breath of the ancient ages throe the coral walls of the Mosque. although the ladies are not allowed to go in.
beautiful, graceful monument with a feeling of old culture, traditions and religion has been passed from generation to generation. during the day when not the prayer time a friendly guard will guide you in and show the amazing building.the girls should wear dress when knees and shoulders covered
This is a mirror reflection on how the architecture of buildings were in the early stages in the Maldives, what fascinates me the most is the use of Coral Stone..
This is a charming little mosque made out of coral stone, with pretty wood carvings and enamel work inside (though it is a pity that it has a corrugated iron roof). Outside there is a stone minaret which reminded me more of a lighthouse, and a small graveyard. Non-Muslims are not usually allowed inside the mosque, but it may be... More
I found this site at UNESCO waiting list tentative heritage site before I really visit this site where it is a unique little mosque with rich cultural and history of Maldives. Tips : Visit Male with a walking tour around the central where the souvenir shops located, Then walk towards the independence square of maldives. Visit the Islamic center and... More
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