King Fahad Mosque, Banjul

3.3
#4 of 7 in Historic Sites in Banjul Division
Featuring two soaring minarets, King Fahad Mosque remains a major landmark known for blending traditional Islamic and modern architectural elements. With the five daily prayers attended by up to 6,000 people, the mosque serves as the most important Islamic center in Gambia. A visit to King Fahad Mosque represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Banjul day trip site to plot your vacation.
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  • Since the Banjul has few sights are well worth to visit this magnificent mosque. Do not know if it has visited Interior. The mosque was closed during my visit. This is the city's largest mosque.
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  • So far the biggest Mosque in the whole city. The mosque is usually busy on Fridays and special events like Eids, Ramadan.  more »
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