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    Dah lama teringin nak sembahyang kat sini tapi bila lalu, ‘Next time la..nak cepat ni’. Alhamdulillah hari ni Allah gerakkan hati utk pegi jugak. Syukur sgt2 dapat solat berimamkan Imam yg SGT ISTIMEWA. Bacaan dia MasyaAllah sedapnyaaaaa. Next post abam kongsikan. .
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Masjid Jamek Mosque, also known as Friday Mosque, is recognised as the oldest Islamic place of worship in Kuala Lumpur. Overlooking the Klang River, it offers breathtaking photo opportunities for travellers due to the combination of ancient Moorish, Islam and Mughal architectural styles, verdant surroundings, and distant views of KL’s other iconic landmarks. .
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Built in 1907 by British architect Arthur Benison Hubback, Masjid Jamek Mosque served as the main centre of worship for the local Muslim community until the Masjid Negara (National Mosque) was officially opened to the public in 1965.
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Surrounding the main prayer hall are three domes, the tallest of which measures at 20 metres, flanked by two brick minarets that stand over 25 metres tall.
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#masjidjamek 
#masjidjamekkualalumpur 
#rumahAllah
#islamituindah
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Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/magazine/masjid-jamek.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001

    Dah lama teringin nak sembahyang kat sini tapi bila lalu, ‘Next time la..nak cepat ni’. Alhamdulillah hari ni Allah gerakkan hati utk pegi jugak. Syukur sgt2 dapat solat berimamkan Imam yg SGT ISTIMEWA. Bacaan dia MasyaAllah sedapnyaaaaa. Next post abam kongsikan. .
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    Masjid Jamek Mosque, also known as Friday Mosque, is recognised as the oldest Islamic place of worship in Kuala Lumpur. Overlooking the Klang River, it offers breathtaking photo opportunities for travellers due to the combination of ancient Moorish, Islam and Mughal architectural styles, verdant surroundings, and distant views of KL’s other iconic landmarks. .
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    Built in 1907 by British architect Arthur Benison Hubback, Masjid Jamek Mosque served as the main centre of worship for the local Muslim community until the Masjid Negara (National Mosque) was officially opened to the public in 1965.
    .
    .
    Surrounding the main prayer hall are three domes, the tallest of which measures at 20 metres, flanked by two brick minarets that stand over 25 metres tall.
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    #masjidjamek
    #masjidjamekkualalumpur
    #rumahAllah
    #islamituindah
    .

    Read more at: http://www.kuala-lumpur.ws/magazine/masjid-jamek.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001

    38 0 16 August, 2019
    เดินเหมือนเก่งอ่ะ​
งานนี้ขาลากไปเลยจ้าา​ 🚶‍♀️🤮🤦‍♀️🙅‍♀️ #centralmarket
#MasjidJamek
#KL 
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    เดินเหมือนเก่งอ่ะ​
    งานนี้ขาลากไปเลยจ้าา​ 🚶‍♀️🤮🤦‍♀️🙅‍♀️ #centralmarket
    #MasjidJamek
    #KL
    SAHGRANGER@KL

    45 1 16 August, 2019
    same same but different
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masjid jamek, kuala lumpur, malaysia
masjid nabawi, madinah, saudi arabia
#fridayiminlove #salamjumaat

    same same but different
    🕌
    masjid jamek, kuala lumpur, malaysia
    masjid nabawi, madinah, saudi arabia
    #fridayiminlove #salamjumaat

    19 1 16 August, 2019
    비와서 발 묶여있기 5분전☔️

    비와서 발 묶여있기 5분전☔️

    81 6 15 August, 2019
    1st pic: Looking up from the female prayer hall in Masjid Jamek.

The mosque itself is not that big but I love how they try to maintain its original structure. There are actually few graves beside the mosque, surprisingly. By the grave stones, I could make out about 4 people were buried there. These are very old graves dated back to before 1908 (when the mosque was built). Before Masjid Jamek's construction, this plot was used for burying the dead. Yes, Masjid Jamek's land used to be a graveyard. They transferred some of the graves to another place when construction took place and around 1980s, most of the graves were already shifted to another land.

The gravestones were noted to have Malay-Aceh and Indian Muslim influences. The date and the year of death were inscribed in Jawi.

Swipe to see the graves (from afar though). #IFtravels #redpassportGo #kualalumpur #malaysianmosques #malaysiatrulyasia #masjidhopping #masjidjamek #malaysia #malaysiantravellers #hhwt #gayatravel #travelmalaysia #travelgram

    1st pic: Looking up from the female prayer hall in Masjid Jamek.

    The mosque itself is not that big but I love how they try to maintain its original structure. There are actually few graves beside the mosque, surprisingly. By the grave stones, I could make out about 4 people were buried there. These are very old graves dated back to before 1908 (when the mosque was built). Before Masjid Jamek's construction, this plot was used for burying the dead. Yes, Masjid Jamek's land used to be a graveyard. They transferred some of the graves to another place when construction took place and around 1980s, most of the graves were already shifted to another land.

    The gravestones were noted to have Malay-Aceh and Indian Muslim influences. The date and the year of death were inscribed in Jawi.

    Swipe to see the graves (from afar though). #IFtravels #redpassportGo #kualalumpur #malaysianmosques #malaysiatrulyasia #masjidhopping #masjidjamek #malaysia #malaysiantravellers #hhwt #gayatravel #travelmalaysia #travelgram

    25 3 15 August, 2019

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