|Hassan II Mosque Arabic: مسجد الحسن الثاني French: Mosquée Hassan-II||105,000||Casablanca|
|Badshahi Mosque Urdu: بادشاہی مسجد||100,000||Lahore|
|Grand Jamia Mosque, Lahore Urdu: گرینڈ جامع مسجد ||70,000||Lahore|
|Çamlıca Mosque Turkish: Çamlıca Camii||63,000||Istanbul|
It was designed by the French architect Michel Pinseau who had lived in Morocco, and was constructed by the civil engineering group Bouygues. Work commenced on July 12, 1986 , and was conducted over a seven-year period. Construction was scheduled to be completed in 1989 ready for Hassan II’s 60th birthday.
According to the Moroccan constitution, Islam is the religion of the state , and the state guarantees freedom of thought, expression, and assembly.
|Al Fateh Grand Mosque||Bahrain||130.1 metres|
|Putra Mosque||Malaysia||116 metres|
|Sheikh Zayed Mosque||United Arab Emirates||115 metres|
|Masjid Jakarta Islamic Center||Indonesia||114 metres|
: a building used for public worship by Muslims.
Qutub Minar : The world’s tallest brick minaret The Qutub Minar is one of the three World Heritage monuments in Delhi, India’s capital. Iltutmish and Firoz Shah Tughlaq, who were Qutub-ud-din-Aibak’s successors, completed the construction of the entire tower. The Qutub Minar , a 73 metre-high tower has five storeys, with a projecting balcony on each.
Minaret , (Arabic: “beacon”) in Islamic religious architecture, the tower from which the faithful are called to prayer five times each day by a muezzin, or crier. Such a tower is always connected with a mosque and has one or more balconies or open galleries.