Faisal Mosque, Islamabad

4.7
Must see · Religious Site · Tourist Spot
Completed in 1986 to designs by Turkish architect Vedat Dalokay, Faisal Mosque features a modern white facade inspired by the Bedouin desert tents. Pakistan's largest mosque, this structure boasts a prayer hall that can accommodate up to 10,000 worshippers at any given time. The building also includes a library, lecture hall, museum, and cafe. Although tourists of all faiths can visit this shrine, non-Muslims are asked to refrain from coming on Fridays and during daily prayers. Be sure to take your shoes off before you enter, and dress appropriately for a sacred place of worship. Add Faisal Mosque and other attractions to your Islamabad trip itinerary using our Islamabad holiday builder site.
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  • We were 7 friends we visited Northern areas of Pakistan with Pakistan Guided Tours after reading excellent reviews on TripAdvisor about them. The tour was wonderful and fantastic. The bird's eye view....  more »
  • Pakistan biggest mosque situated in Islamabad the capital of Pakistan. Very beautiful and very big. Must visit ❤️❤️❤️  more »
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  • ماشاالللہ One of the most beautiful mosques in Pakistan. The infrastructure is amazingly decent, all the things are taken into account and the location is just splendid. The material is as fine as one could imagine. The mosque is vast covering an showing off its perfection. One could offer prayer, be amazed by its largely built structure. It is neat and clean, and a Holy place huge area and for the Muslims to visit.
  • One of the most beautiful mosques in Pakistan. The infrastructure is amazingly decent, all the things are taken into account and the location is just splendid. The material is as fine as one could imagine. The mosque is vast covering an showing off its perfection. One could offer prayer, be amazed by its largely built structure. It is neat and clean, and a Holy place huge area and for the Muslims to visit.

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