Faisal Masjid ( Islamabad)

The Faisal Masjid Islamabad is an incredible example of classic architecture in Pakistan. This mosque is amongst the largest not only in Pakistan, but in the world, with a seating capacity of up to 300,000 worshippers.

In 1966 King Faisal visited Islamabad and suggested a mosque be built. Dozens of proposals were submitted by architects all over the globe and it took four days of deliberations before the design by Vedat Dalokay, a Turkish architect, was chosen.The building project at a
cost equivalent to $120 million dollars!

A trip to Pakistan will be an experience you never forget, You’ll gain a great respect for life in Pakistan and you’ll never forget the memories you create while you’re there.


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