Masjid Sultan Ahmad 1

Masjid Sultan Ahmad 1

The Sultan Ahmad 1 Mosque is Pahang’s official state mosque. It is located in Kuantan, Pahang, Malaysia and was developed in the vicinity of 1991 and 1993 by DZJ Architect and Associates. It is named after the recorded Sultan Ahmad al-Mu’azzam Shah Ibni Almarhum Bendahara Sri Maharaja Tun Ali (23 May 1836 – 9 May 1914) who was the sixth Raja Bendahara of Pahang and the founder and first modern Sultan of Pahang that established Pahang’s present regal family

This mosque faces the city’s wide civil field, an appreciated open green region encompassed likewise by other imperative and heritages from the pioneer to the advanced time and is a vacation destination with the mosque as focal point. The mosque is worked in a modernized Ottoman-Moorish Islamic style, with four rocket-like minarets and a huge half-round improved vault flanked by four littler arches. The inside is airily extensive with least parcels, ready to effortlessly fit in excess of 8000 admirers amid the Friday congregational supplications. Visitors come with their friends and loved ones to visit this place. You can explore and experience this place more.
 

 


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