Thursday, February 21, 2019

The National Mosque of Malaysia
By Seif Kamel
Located in Kuala Lumpur, the National Mosque of Malaysia is the
largest in the country. With a surface area that exceeds 53 thousand
square meters, the mosque can accommodate more than 15 thousand
worshipers. It is also among the highlight of the city commonly visited
by a large number of tourists who visit Malaysia.
Constructed in 1965, the National Mosque of Malaysia has two main
unique features. There is the distinctive minaret that is 73 meters long
and the main roof of the mosque that is made out of concrete with its 16
pointed stars. Many tourists who spend their vacations in Malaysia
admire these architectural details.
Other highlights of Kuala Lumpur include the Petronas Twin Tower,
Kings Palace, the National Monument, and Sultan Abdul Samad
Building. A visit to the city is a must for any tourists spending their
vacations in Malaysia.
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