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If you want to find a place that takes your breath away, Al Aqsa is the place. A place that has stayed the same for centuries, with no changes, and that has history on every wall.
You can feel the spirituality throughout the area and...More
32 Acre area with Al Aqsa masjid & famous Golden dome of the rock masjid are there. Many trees are very old and the whole both masjids are very old with beautiful architecture, stained glass windows, decorated pillars & ceiling.
It is on a 25 acre square area it has the famous Dome of the Rock where Prophet Mohammad ascended in to Heaven.
Within those grounds the is equally the famous Al Aqsa Mosque.
Al Aqsa Mosque is surrounded by trees dotted around but not...More
Our group had the privilege of going inside the mosque which is truly magnificent with beautiful stained glass windows and decorated columns and ceiling. Outside there are always quite a few groups but the complex is big enough to absorb them and the site is...More
We visited during the last 13 days of Ramadan. I was mezmorised by this beautiful masjid it is full of worshippers day & night the iftaar was a sight & prayu g tarawee here was an amazing experience. Although security is strict as they are...More
This whole compound with the two large mosques aswell as the land around it is called masjid aqsa , qibli masjid is the one with the silver dome on top, the main prayers are held here aswell as the gold dome of the rock, it...More
I booked a tour with a uk based group called Al Israa for a 6 day tour of the beautiful place that is steeped in SO much history.
The is a lot of walking around the old town to get to the main gates of...More
The Aqsa compound is a serene garden containing a number of mosques, a library, a school, an antiquities department, etc.
If you aren't Muslim, you can't go inside any of the buildings. This is a political issue that won't be solved anytime soon. But just...More