The main mosque of the state of Kuwait is relatively young, as it was only completed in 1987. The building is only decorated with one minaret, and the mosque itself does not look spectacular from the outside. All the more surprising when entering. Its opulent interior decoration is stunning, the main hall is very ornate, and its ceiling symbolizes the sun. There are many other buildings in the area of the mosque, including a large library with Arabic literature. The mosque is open all days except for Fridays, and you can visit it with a free guided tour that speaks perfect English.
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