The Grand Mosque is a famous mosque based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It is situated between the Dubai Museum and textile souk near to the Bur Dubai area. It is located in the south of the Hindu Temple. It was initially constructed in 1900, pulverized and constructed again in 1960, it at that point experienced a further modifying in 1998. It now holds up to 1,200 admirers at a time. Non-Muslims are not allowed to enter in mosque, aside from the minaret where photography is prmitted. The mosque is the center of Dubai's religious and social life.
The tallest component of the mosque is the 70-meter minaret, which is the tallest in Dubai, which looks like a lighthouse.
There are 45 little and nine bigger doms with the tall minaret, which cover the top of the Grand Mosque. The wooden windows are fitted with hand-influenced recolored glass and mix to well with the old town of Bur Dubai, and its minaret is composed in Anatolian building style. Guests to the mosque are encouraged to dress traditionally. The mosque has a limit of up to 1,200 worshippers. Al Fahidi is the nearest metro station to the Grand Mosque.