The minaret of the mosque, which has the tallest brick minaret in the world, where 25,000 people can worship, is 200 meters long.
Built on an area obtained by filling the sea on the Atlantic Ocean coast of Morocco, II. The 200-meter minaret of Hasan Mosque is known as the tallest minaret in the world.
While 25 thousand people can pray in the mosque at the same time, its courtyard can accommodate 80,000 people.
It was designed by the French architect Michael Pinseau and named after the former Moroccan King II. The construction of the mosque, which was named after Hasan, started in 1987 and lasted for 6 years.
2 thousand 500 workers and 10 thousand masters and craftsmen took part in the construction of the mosque, which is considered one of the masterpieces of architectural works in the Islamic world.
The mosque, which has a movable roof, has two mezzanine floors reserved for women. The ablution room of the mosque, which is considered an “architectural gem”, consists of 41 fountains. The minaret of the mosque, which also includes two traditional baths, is known as the tallest minaret in the world, with a length of 200 meters.
The mosque, where tradition and modernism coexist, is described by Moroccans as “a mansion of peace that hosts all holy religions”. Tourists can visit the mosque by paying 12 euros.
The Djamaa El Djazair mosque, the construction of which started in Algeria in 2016, will be the world’s tallest minaret mosque with its 265-meter minaret.
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