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Al Muhandiseen Street, Doha, Qatar
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Reviewed 3 days ago

it was a nice and quick trip at the State grand Mosque. Anybody can go whether christians or muslims. Nice architecture from the inside and the surrounding are at the open court inside the mosque. the only downside is you cannot bring a dslr camera...More

Thank Lino A
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We saw one big room only. Mosque beatiful. Staff there not friendly to us. About clothes. I had dark long trousers black tshirt and bolero and pashmina scarf. This was not enough for there. This was enought everwywhere where I visited arab countries but here...More

Thank jadlerova
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Mohamad ibn abd el wahab masjid is the grand mosque if Doha which can take thousands of people and is provided with state of the art sound system and architecture

1  Thank Moataz E
Reviewed 30 May 2018

The architecture of this place is a great feat, and has a very Qatari feel to it. Like all things arab, it is opulent inside but doesn't exude money or pride. Which is a good thing, as surely religion frowns on that? Well worth a...More

1  Thank TravellingTwos
Reviewed 30 May 2018

I like to pray where ever I like and I am Christian but to me the building can be anything at all so the state Mosque in Qatar is one of the largest mosques and has been renamed after the great Muslim theologian. In the...More

Thank mje0250400
Reviewed 22 May 2018

This was my fourth visit to Doha, but the first one to this great Mosque. It's situated a little bit out of the city center, it's not in the walking distance from it, and there's nothing else around you can combine your visit with. Therefore...More

1  Thank B1714D
Reviewed 11 May 2018

State Grand Mosque is the best place for salah, I never been there during prayer times, but coming always before or after and I like this place filled with light and blessing. One of the must visit places for every Muslim traveler

Thank Камола К
Reviewed 10 April 2018

We went just before evening prayers so got to hear the adhaan. Just breathtaking the view of city and the mosque is just beautiful. Only issue is no taxis nearby, so we got a bit lost and confused as to how to get out of...More

1  Thank faiza333
Reviewed 1 April 2018

If you are using Google Maps, be aware that it will not take you to the Grand Mosque, but instead a mosque near Souq Waqif. What you really want to search for is Imam Abdul Wahaab Shaikh Mosque, Grand Masjid. I went on a Tuesday...More

2  Thank Jaime B
Reviewed 21 March 2018 via mobile

Visited the mosque at night and the view was just stunning..parking space outside was well lit with spotlights on each parking spot..vast space on the foyer before entering the mosque compound.theres also parking on the basement which is empty on regular days..ladies prayer hall is...More

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Response from Камола К | Reviewed this property |
Hi, yes you can, but there are separate entrance for males and females. If you will visit Grand Mosques, they will give you Abaya themselves, so that you can wear it before entrance. They will not take charge for it, also... More
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Response from ADFlawless | Reviewed this property |
Hi guys best thing is to catch an Uber from the main road so as you’re coming out book it and meet them on the road which avoids them having to come into the compound when it’s busy saving you any extra waiting time Charge... More