Al-Omari Grand Mosque

Al-Omari Grand Mosque

The great Omari Mosque in Beirut dates back to the Islamic conquest of Beirut in the early 1st century of Hijra and is considered one of the oldest buildings in Beirut, and was named in honor of caliph Omar ibn al-Khattab.

The Omari Mosque has been through many historical events, most notably during the civil war in Lebanon, but it has been restored to be one of the most beautiful historical buildings with a unique architectural style inside, and is an important Islamic center that every Muslim is keen to visit when travelling to beautiful Beirut.


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