The Sheikh Zayed Mosque, Fujairah (Arabic: مَسْجِد ٱلشَّيْخ زَايِد فِي ٱلْفُجَيْرَة, romanized: Masjid Ash-Shaykh Zāyid fil-Fujayrah), is the main mosque in the Emirate of Fujairah, and the second largest in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) after the mosque with the same name in Abu Dhabi.
|Sheikh Zayed Mosque|
مَسْجِد ٱلشَّيْخ زَايِد فِي ٱلْفُجَيْرَة
|Location||Fujairah, the U.A.E.|
|Style||Ottoman and Moorish|
|Construction cost||AED 210 million|
|Length||420 m (1,380 ft)|
|Minaret height||between 80 and 100 metres (260 and 330 feet)|
|Site area||39,000 m2 (420,000 sq ft)|
Similar in appearance to the Blue Mosque in Istanbul, this large white mosque is a landmark that is visible from many locations in the centre of the city. It can hold around 28,000 worshippers, and measures 39,000 m2 (3.9 ha; 9.6 acres). It has 65 domes and six minarets, between 80 and 100 metres (260 and 330 feet) in height. The courtyard of the mosque, with fountains and gardens, can hold 14,000 people.
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