Al Rahma Mosque one of the most important mosques in Saudi Arabia. Even the whole world because it the first mosque in the world to be built on the surface of the sea. Pilgrims and Umrah pilgrims visit it, and the number of visitors to the mosque in 2009 reached 20.000 visitors, most of whom are pilgrims and Umrah pilgrims and their nationalities are different … The mosque is a wonderful combination of both modern and ancient architecture and Islamic art. And it worth mentioning that the Mosque of Mercy has been built with the latest technology. Machines and equipment and has been using very advanced sound and lighting systems with high technology.
Components of Al Rahma Mosque
The mosque is a wonderful blend of modern and ancient architecture and Islamic art, built with the latest technology and equipment and with advanced sound and lighting systems.
Al-Rahma Mosque consists of 52 exquisite exterior domes and surrounds the mosque next to the large main dome that has eight bases that you find in the middle of the mosque.
Inside the mosque there are 23 external umbrellas on which inscribed from the outside and inside Qur’anic verses in various fonts such as Naskh, Ruqa’a and Diwani.
Al Rahma Mosque has 56 windows around the dome designed in the Islamic style that allow sunlight to pass into the mosque through them. There is also a wooden women’s chapel hanging in the middle of the mosque with a capacity of about 500, and of course in such an ancient theater there are service facilities such as ablution places, toilets and halls fully equipped for rest.
Al Rahma Mosque Visitors and tourists
Visitors and tourists prefer to visit the mosque at dawn or sunset, as the mosque is decorated with its shimmering lights the second largest city in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and its direct view of the Red Sea gives a pleasant atmosphere that is relaxing and calm.
The mosque called the floating mosque because the Red Sea flooded it. Surrounded it from every side at the tide and rising water level suggesting that the mosque is floating.
During the holy month of Ramadan, Muslims from all over the world flock to Mecca and Medina, where Umrah rituals and visits the Mosque of the Prophet and on the way to the two holiest cities since the beginning of creation there are mosques that attract pilgrims, citizens and residents to visit and pray in them during the holy month.
Floating Mosque Jeddah
The name of mercy was called the floating mosque because of its direct view of the Red Sea and also because the location of the mosque makes the water flood it from all sides and during the tide and the rise of the water level the mosque looks like it is floating
There is Al Rahma Mosque in Saudi Arabia in Jeddah built on 1406 AH – 1985 AD. It has an area of 2400 square meters
And 60 meters wide or 40 meters high 9 meters high with a capacity of 1800 chapels and 500 chapels built of concrete