HH Sheikh Sultan reviews construction plans of Sharjah Mosque
Sharjah Mosque will be "an architectural and aesthetic masterpiece" upon completion
HH Dr Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, reviewed the construction plans of Sharjah Mosque, which is progressing in the emirate’s Al Tayy suburb.
The visit is part of HH Sheikh Sultan’s endeavour to review the progress of vital and important projects that will serve Sharjah’s citizens and residents. During his tour, the Sharjah Ruler was briefed on the project’s details and completion stages by Directorate of Town Planning and Survey consultant, Salah bin Butti Al Muhairi.
In addition to reviewing its construction, HH Sheikh Sultan also reviewed Sharjah Mosque’s service facilities, internal designs, engravings, decorations, and Islamic art and architecture.
Upon completion, Sharjah Mosque is expected to serve as “an architectural and aesthetic masterpiece” for Sharjah projects that house large numbers of people, especially the “residents of Al Tayy suburb, Al Suyoh suburb, and Tilal City”, UAE state news agency Wam reported.
HH Sheikh Sultan also reviewed Sharjah Mosque’s progress this March, when it was revealed that the project would accommodate more than 24,000 male and female worshippers.