The Badshahi Masjid (بادشاەى مسجد), literally the 'King's Mosque', was built in 1673 by Aurangzeb in Lahore, Pakistan. It is one of the city's best known landmarks, and a major tourist attraction epitomising the beauty and grandeur of the Mughal era. ...more on Wikipedia about "Badshahi Masjid"
Bhong Mosque is located 200 kilometers from Bhawalpur, in Bhong, Sadiqabad, Rahim yar khan, Pakistan. A punjabi landowner Rais Mohammad Gazi (SITARA-E-IMTIAZ, MARCH 23 2004) provided funds for the mosque. 1000 workers took part in the construction. The construction lasted for 50 years (1932-1982). ...more on Wikipedia about "Bhong Mosque"
Data Durbar is the tomb of Ali Hajweri, the famous Sufi of Pakistan, where hundreds of thousands of people come each year to pay their respects and to say their prayers. It is located in Lahore, Pakistan. The large complex also includes Jamia Hajveria, or Hajveri Mosque. ...more on Wikipedia about "Data Durbar Complex"
King Faisal Mosque (Shah Faisal Masjid شاه فيصل مسجد in Urdu) is one of the largest mosques in the world, located in Islamabad, the capital city of Pakistan. It is a well-known mosque in the Islamic world and is renowned for both its immense size and its architecture. ...more on Wikipedia about "Faisal Mosque"
The Golden or Suneri mosque found in the walled city of the lively city of Lahore, Pakistan. The founder of the mosque was Nawab Syed Bhikari Khan, son of Raushan-ud-Daula Turrabaz Khan, deputy governor of Lahore during the reign of Muhammad Shah and the viceroyalty of Mir Noin-ul-Malik. Golden Mosque is situated in the Kashmiri Bazaar. It was built in 1753 AD. It is remarkably beautiful with three golden domes. The mosque is elevated on a higher plinth, surrounded by old bazaars. Because of its colour the mosque glitters in the sunshine as if it is a golden miniature place to bow before the Almighty Allah. It has a beautiful gateway, which measures 21.33 metres in length and a courtyard that measures 161.5 x 160.6 metres and is said to be the largest mosque courtyard in the world for outdoor prayers. The marble domes cover seven prayer chambers. Four lofty minarets stand at the four corners of the mosque, each with an outer circumference of 20 metres, soaring up to 54 meters. ...more on Wikipedia about "Golden Mosque"
Masjid e Tooba or Tooba Mosque is located in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. Masjid e Tooba was built in 1969 in Defense Housing Society, Karachi. Masjid e Tooba is probably the largest single dome mosque in the world. It is also major tourist attraction in Karachi. Masjid e Tooba is built whith pure white marble. The dome of the Masjid e Tooba is 72 meters (236 feet) in diameter, and is balanced on a low surrounding wall with no central pillars. Masjid e Tooba has a single minaret standing 70 meters high. The central prayer hall has a capacity of 5,000 persons. ...more on Wikipedia about "Masjid e Tooba"
There are a large number of new, old, and ancient mosques in the city of Lahore, Pakistan. This is consistent with the general personality of the city, which has a culture that mixes the old and the new with superb ease. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mosques of Lahore" Just www.shortopedia.com way
Shia Masjid is one of the largest Shia mosques in the mainly Shi'ite populated area of Islampura, Lahore. ...more on Wikipedia about "Shia Masjid"
The Wazir Khan Mosque in Lahore, Pakistan, was constructed in seven years, starting around 1634-1635 A.D., during the reign of the Mughal Emperor ShahJehan. It was built by Ilam-ud-Dinansari, Governor of Lahore till 1639 A.D., who was commonly known as Nawab Wazir Khan. The word 'Wazir' means minister in the Urdu language. ...more on Wikipedia about "Wazir Khan Mosque"
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