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Masjid Amirul Mukminin ini tergolong masih baru di Makassar, diresmikan pada tanggal 21 Desember 2012. Kapasitas masjid ini dapat menampung sekitar 400 jamaah. Masjid ini memiliki dua menara dan dua kubah dengan diameter 9 meter. Nama ‘amirul mukminin’ dari bahasa Arab yang berarti pemimpin kaum mukmin. Dibangun di kawasan wisata pantai Losari, di tengah kota Makassar. Dibangun di atas laut, sehingga oleh masyarakat disebut sebagai masjid terapung (floating mosque). Akan terlihat seperti terapung pada saat pasang tinggi. Seluruh bangunan dan jembatan akses menuju bangunan masjid ditopang dengan tiang/kolom beton.
Berbagi pengetahuan tentang krisis pangan, energi, dan pemanasan global dengan para ulama se Pulau Jawa plus Lampung pada acara Rakor MUI di Jakarta pada tanggal 22 Juli 2008. Diskusinya menarik karena melihat isu yang sama dari perspektif yang berbada.
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Masjid Al Irsyad dirancang oleh Ridwan Kamil, seorang arsitek Indonesia yang sudah sangat dikenal. Bentuk masjid yang menyerupai kubus, terilhami dari bentuk ka’bah. Masjid ini diresmikan penggunaannya pada tahun 2010. Banyak elemen yang menarik dari arsitektur bangunan masjid ini. Sebagian ditampilkan pada foto-foto di bawah ini. Saya langsung sangat terkesan saat pertama kali masuk ke dalam bangunan masjid ini.
Jami’ Mosque Sungai Jingah, Banjarmasin is recognized as an historic building and may be the oldest mosque in this area. Architecture of this mosque is a mix between traditional Banjar and colonial European building. At its original site at Martapura river bank, this mosque was built in 1777 with full wood/timber materials including its roof, dominantly ebony wood. In 1934, the mosque was rebuilt at its current location using materials from the original mosque.
Sabilal Muhtadin Mosque was built in 1981 on 10 hectares land in Banjarmasin, facing to Martapura River. This mosque was dedicated to the great ulema Syekh Muhammad Arsyad al-Banjari (1710 — 1812 M) who dedicated his life for Islam during era of Banjar Kingdom.
Main building of this mosque occupies a total area of 5,250 square meters, can accommodate about 15 thousand prayers. It has a main 45-meter height minaret and 4 smaller 21-meter height minarets at each corners of the main building. Diameter of its main dome is 38 meters, covered with aluminum sheets.
The Blue Mosque
The mosque is popularly known as the Blue Mosque for the dominant blue tiles of its interior walls. However, the formal name of the mosque is Sultan Ahmed Mosque. It is one of historical mosque in Istanbul. It was built from 1609 to 1616. Like many other mosques, it also comprises a tomb of the founder, a madrasah and a hospice. While still used as a mosque, the Sultan Ahmed Mosque has also become a popular tourist attraction. The design of the Sultan Ahmed Mosque is the culmination of two centuries of both Ottoman mosque and Byzantine church development. It incorporates some Byzantine elements of the neighboring Aya Sophia with traditional Islamic architecture. It has 6 minarets along with and 1 main dome one and 8 smaller domes.
The Aya Sophia
Also pronounce as The Haiga Sophia. This historical building was a church, later a mosque, and now a museum. From the date of its dedication in 360 until 1453, it served as the Greek Patriarchal cathedral of Constantinople, except between 1204 and 1261, when it was converted to a Roman Catholic cathedral under the Latin Empire. The building was a mosque from 29 May 1453 until 1931. It was opened as a museum on 1 February 1935.
The Blue Mosque and the Aya Sophia are located next to each other in the heart of Istanbul, Turkey.
Central Java Great Mosque (popularly known as Semarang Great Mosque) was constructed from 2002 to 2006 on 10 hectare land. Total area for main building is 7,669 square meters. Designed by Ir. H. Ahmad Fanani who won the contest for designing this one of most beautiful and modern mosques in Indonesia, mixing Javanese, Islamic, and Roman architectural styles. Use of the mosque was inaugurated by President of Republic of Indonesia, H.E. Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono on 14 November 2006.
There is a 20-meter (diameter) dome at center part of the main buiding, surrounded by four 62-meter (height) minaretes at each corner of the main building. Another interesting feature of the mosque is the solitary 99 meter minarete, named as Al Husna Tower. There area radio station at base of the tower, islamic museum at 2nd and 3rd floors, 360-degree revolving restaurant at 18th floor, and observatory deck at 19th floor. On a clear day, one can view beyond the city of Semarang from this observation deck.
At plaza of the mosque, there are six electrical-powered giant umbrellas (designed similar to those at Nabawi Mosque, Madinah) that can be opened and closed depending on wheather condition. Height of the umbrella is 20 meter and the diameter is 14 meter.
Al Akbar Mosque at Surabaya was built from 1996 to 2000 on 11.2 hectares land. This mosque can accommodate 59,000 prayers, located near Surabaya-Malang Toll Road. This beautiful mosque was designed by team of Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology. It has 45 double doors, made of teak wood, dimensions of each door are 1.5 m width and 4.5 m height. Height of its minaret is 99 meters, with observation deck at height of 68 meters. From this minaret, one can have 360-degree view of Surabaya.
The Hassan II Mosque (مسجد الحسن الثاني) in Casablanca is the largest (and in my opinion also the most beautiful) mosque in Morocco. It is a bit smaller than Istiqlal Mosque in Jakarta, Indonesia, but its minaret is the world’s tallest at 210 m (689 ft). It was built on reclaimed land, facing to the Atlantic. A total of 105,000 worshippers can be accomodated for prayer at the mosque.
This beautiful mosque was designed by Michel Pinseau (French architect).